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  # 231250 5-Jul-2009 18:50
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzCeeuwm6aA

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  # 231253 5-Jul-2009 18:51
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They seem to be hinting at realy realy realy low prices or good deals looking at there press releases.
Love the ad and Rhys Darby (how did you get him?). Great idea having the free SIM and $5 credit.
I am going to loooooove the new network.
Cant wait!!!!




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  # 231254 5-Jul-2009 18:54
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robogeek: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzCeeuwm6aA


thanks

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  # 231257 5-Jul-2009 19:01
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just to save other members trouble if you sign up to there "chinwag" deal you will recieve a 2Degrees Number on the sim you will not change your number over





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  # 231260 5-Jul-2009 19:10
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I guess you will be able to reuse the SIM if you want to go on a plan or want to port your number

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# 231262 5-Jul-2009 19:10
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naggyman: Love the ad and Rhys Darby (how did you get him?). Great idea having the free SIM and $5 credit.


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  # 231265 5-Jul-2009 19:13
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You would assume you would be able to no. port onto the SIM they send you.. If not they could just be sending out a whole lot of sims for no real reason


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  # 231268 5-Jul-2009 19:17
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Overclocker01: You would assume you would be able to no. port onto the SIM they send you.. If not they could just be sending out a whole lot of sims for no real reason



I agree with that




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  # 231269 5-Jul-2009 19:20

Lol what a fantastic ad :D

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  # 231287 5-Jul-2009 19:56
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Brilliant ad. I watched it twice!

I wouldn't be surprised if Vodafone "suddenly" drops their SIM price to match 2Degrees.

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  # 231293 5-Jul-2009 20:10
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FYI the sim that comes out will have a 2d number, you can change it to a new 022 number or port in a new number, very easy and slick i believe

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  # 231295 5-Jul-2009 20:12
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I think it's such a good marketing move. An iconic kiwi and a free SIM card - can't beat that!

Only thing that will stop me from moving is the cost of someone texting me from Vodafone. All my mates are Vodafone based and will most likely not text me if it costs 20c! :P

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  # 231310 5-Jul-2009 20:40
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ellbos: Just saw it, quite like it, shame I can't log on to the website though to find out more...it just hangs for ages.

thefatmould: 2degrees site is sloooooooooooow. lots of interest.

Must have just been a peak of interest after the initial ad run.  It's super quick now - I signed up for The Great New Zealand Chinwag within a minute...

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  # 231320 5-Jul-2009 20:55
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great ad i liked it. i just signed up. cant wait

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