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  Reply # 712603 5-Nov-2012 22:09
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Which small poor Asian country?

The one with 30 million people, the world s ex tallest tower and buildings and drills petroleum

Or the one with the best airlines in the world and hosts the night formula 1 ?

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  Reply # 712628 5-Nov-2012 23:02
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joker97: Which small poor Asian country?

The one with 30 million people, the world s ex tallest tower and buildings and drills petroleum

Or the one with the best airlines in the world and hosts the night formula 1 ?


or perhaps with high corruption, injustice and racial inequality?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 712651 6-Nov-2012 06:25
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which one, USA Australia nz Russia China or Italy?

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  Reply # 712654 6-Nov-2012 06:57
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rayonline: In regards to another aspect of roaming. 
For some time now Telecom and Vodafone have reduced the 3G rate to $10/MB, while to the same countries and there's many of them, 2 Degrees charges $30/MB.  Is there a reason for this?


And now Vodafone charges as little as $50 for 500MB in Australia.



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  Reply # 714192 8-Nov-2012 15:07
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rayonline: In regards to another aspect of roaming. 
For some time now Telecom and Vodafone have reduced the 3G rate to $10/MB, while to the same countries and there's many of them, 2 Degrees charges $30/MB.  Is there a reason for this?


And now Vodafone charges as little as $50 for 500MB in Australia.


I can't say it's not better, but it's still $0.50/mb (if you use the whole pack).

Dual SIM top end phones would be cool. I think it nearly happened before smartphones took hold.

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  Reply # 714193 8-Nov-2012 15:11
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It's actually $0.10/MB :)



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  Reply # 714562 9-Nov-2012 10:56
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Behodar: It's actually $0.10/MB :)


Correct

That's what I get for not playing ds brain training yesterday
I used to be good at working things out for myself :-(
Stupid 'digital age'!

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