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# 33724 11-May-2009 09:59
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http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/index.htm

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  # 214030 11-May-2009 10:04
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interesting name, :) nice tone to it :)

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# 214031 11-May-2009 10:05
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interesting under network coveage " our network " will cover 97% of the population

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# 214033 11-May-2009 10:07
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johnr: interesting under network coveage " our network " will cover 97% of the population



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Maybe it's time for the 'competition' to be shaking in their boots :)?

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  # 214035 11-May-2009 10:08
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I hear that initially it will only be a 2G GSM network?, anyone care to confirm

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  # 214038 11-May-2009 10:16
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Hmm, a bad start .. I get this page, Saw as much as the 2 Degrees Logo  logo and then it all flipped out.

http://www.domainz.net.nz/parked-h-2degreesmobile.co.nz.html

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  # 214040 11-May-2009 10:18
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I like the name

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  # 214044 11-May-2009 10:25
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I think maybe they've named it after the current weather. Will be interesting to see how things pan out.




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  # 214046 11-May-2009 10:26
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wellygary: I hear that initially it will only be a 2G GSM network?, anyone care to confirm


The information I received earlier today is 2G , 3G including HSPA+.




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  # 214100 11-May-2009 13:51
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Now's the time to see how dedicated we are to the Geek cause. Are we going to write out '2degrees' every time we type this brand name, or are we going to commit to memory the sequence of keys required to type 2°?

(To get the '°' symbol, hold down ALT and type 248 on your numeric keypad).


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# 214106 11-May-2009 14:19
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steve98: Now's the time to see how dedicated we are to the Geek cause. Are we going to write out '2degrees' every time we type this brand name, or are we going to commit to memory the sequence of keys required to type 2°?

(To get the '°' symbol, hold down ALT and type 248 on your numeric keypad).


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All the company information I have says "2degress"...





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  # 214108 11-May-2009 14:38
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2 degrees... THAT'S COOL


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  # 214109 11-May-2009 14:47
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its a shame they didn't get the http://www.twodegrees.co.nz/ or http://www.2degrees.co.nz/ domains but some other company has them.

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  # 214121 11-May-2009 15:26
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freitasm:
steve98: Now's the time to see how dedicated we are to the Geek cause. Are we going to write out '2degrees' every time we type this brand name, or are we going to commit to memory the sequence of keys required to type 2°?

(To get the '°' symbol, hold down ALT and type 248 on your numeric keypad).


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All the company information I have says "2degress"...


The logo is 2°...

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# 214127 11-May-2009 15:47
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freitasm: Yes, but a logo doesn't have to spell out a name.


Indeed, but a logo can be used to substitute for a name... especially for a geek who likes to use alt+ combos.

Anyway, I'll keep using "2degress" as you suggested... Wink

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