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  Reply # 636829 6-Jun-2012 17:41
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Thanks 2Degrees!!!

You keep giving us more and more, and I almost feel guilty after 15 years hard labour with the big V Wink

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  Reply # 636879 6-Jun-2012 18:49
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Real happy with 2degrees for the Data extension! Excellent!





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 636949 6-Jun-2012 20:50
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I got the email saying that I will be having the free 1GB data for two years as well. Well done 2degrees. It is nice to see them keen to keep their existing customers happy and attracting new ones at the same time.

Well done. =-)

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  Reply # 636961 6-Jun-2012 21:07
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AKLWestie: I got the email saying that I will be having the free 1GB data for two years as well. Well done 2degrees. It is nice to see them keen to keep their existing customers happy and attracting new ones at the same time.

Well done. =-)


This is exactly the opposite to what Sky TV have always done, along with a number of other monopoly/duopolies. 2Degrees have been a breath of fresh air in the NZ market. Long may they continue to eat into the others market share. The biggest problem I come up against is users apathy to change. 

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  Reply # 636993 6-Jun-2012 21:49
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Peppery: Interesting. I called Vodafone and told them I was interested in switching because my 6 months of free 1GB data was coming to an end next month. Got transferred to the retention team and got 1GB/month added gratis for the next 2 years.


Mine finishes this month, so will try the same. If they don't offer something similar/better to 2D then it's Bye Bye Voda

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  Reply # 637226 7-Jun-2012 11:19
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RamyElbeltagi:
Peppery: Interesting. I called Vodafone and told them I was interested in switching because my 6 months of free 1GB data was coming to an end next month. Got transferred to the retention team and got 1GB/month added gratis for the next 2 years.


Mine finishes this month, so will try the same. If they don't offer something similar/better to 2D then it's Bye Bye Voda


Win! Have posted details here; http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=103456

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