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Topic # 189461 30-Dec-2015 16:39
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Hi hi.

Wanting to ditch my current 0288 number from Black + White Mobile for various reasons, and since I'm doing that I thought I'd try grab a short, easier to remember number while I'm at it.

It seems Vodafone are the only ones issuing 9 digit (including the 021) mobile numbers, so thats the way to go. Except you can only get those on pay monthly accounts, and I get a better deal on my existing prepaid service.

Has anyone got a 9 digit active SIM they'd like to sell/gift/swap for something else?

Cheers,
Sam.

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  Reply # 1459120 30-Dec-2015 16:39
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1459144 30-Dec-2015 16:58
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What os the difference in remembering a 9 digit compared a 10 digit? 

I have a 10 digit, it has a pattern on 021-xx-xx-xxx, Where the two lots of two are Sequential numbers. given the pattern its insanely easy to remember.


I would be seeking a number that holds something your memory will stick to rather than worrying about having an extra digit.




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  Reply # 1459148 30-Dec-2015 17:03
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hio77: What os the difference in remembering a 9 digit compared a 10 digit? 

I have a 10 digit, it has a pattern on 021-xx-xx-xxx, Where the two lots of two are Sequential numbers. given the pattern its insanely easy to remember.


I would be seeking a number that holds something your memory will stick to rather than worrying about having an extra digit.


Yah I mean I'm not terribly bothered about it but if I can get a shorter number while I'm at it I might as well. Otherwise I'll just grab a new one through Spark if ever.

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  Reply # 1459173 30-Dec-2015 17:35
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DM sent I can help out here easy

John



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  Reply # 1459194 30-Dec-2015 17:43
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Hi John thanks for that, got your pm.

Replying now :-)

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