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  # 235050 14-Jul-2009 09:44
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If it hasn't already been said, free to send/receive Twitter updates. That would be cool




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  # 235335 14-Jul-2009 20:20
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25c per minute calling rate 24/7 would be great!

 
 
 
 


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  # 237295 20-Jul-2009 22:02
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cheap, but high quality phones

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  # 238653 24-Jul-2009 15:25
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lets hope 2Deg also have a decent number of auto roaming destinations for prepaid . whats on offer from the other two carriers is a joke !! unless you want to give them access to your credit card !!!

Have a look at some of the European carriers over 100 countries of prepaid roaming !!

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  # 242552 4-Aug-2009 18:01
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Gah just found out the hard way that the passwords for the management page are limited to 10 digits in setting them, but I'm pretty sure it'll accept more characters on the login screen (eg it sets the password as the first 10 characters but allows you to type longer when you try and login)

Locked my account out (thinking I was going crazy) and noticed when I reset the password.

Fix that, and twitter integration please!!

Then my 021 number will be no more, after over 5 years of faithful but unrewarded service.



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  # 242571 4-Aug-2009 18:18
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Updated to show what we got and what we didn't.

I guess we were pretty optimistic! But at least it leaves a clear way forward for improvements :D

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  # 242583 4-Aug-2009 18:28
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I may be missing something here, but as i believe the reason for having 9c txts is due to the mobile termination rates, which after some quick research I believe is around 9c a txt anyway....

My suggestion regarding this is as they have reduced on-net calls, from 44c to 22c, would it not make sense to have reduce on-net txts, such as vodafone and telecom cdma have which work out at only 0.5c a txt?

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  # 242743 4-Aug-2009 23:16
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I would like to see for those of us that will topup by credit card an auto topup feature so that when your balance goes below a preset amount your credit card gets charged with a predetermined amount and tops your account up automatically.

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  # 242749 4-Aug-2009 23:25
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jbucky: I may be missing something here, but as i believe the reason for having 9c txts is due to the mobile termination rates, which after some quick research I believe is around 9c a txt anyway....

My suggestion regarding this is as they have reduced on-net calls, from 44c to 22c, would it not make sense to have reduce on-net txts, such as vodafone and telecom cdma have which work out at only 0.5c a txt?


It's difficult for them to do on net calls/texts because the user might be roaming on the Vodafone network in which case the cost will be higher for 2d, but i understand your point with regards to calling being cheaper for on net.

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  # 242786 5-Aug-2009 02:08
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Hey, could Wellington host the 2nd half of your launch when 3G is ready? ;-)

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  # 243210 5-Aug-2009 19:51
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I wana have an automated message to tell me when I am leaving their network during phone calls.

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  # 243245 5-Aug-2009 21:44
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It says in the original post that they want to have access to the revious billing charges, they already have: "How can I view my mobile calls online?

You can view up to 6 months of usage any time by logging into 'Your 2degrees'. Go to https://secure.2degreesmobile.co.nz/"

Source: http://is.gd/23uta

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  # 243246 5-Aug-2009 21:49
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codyc1515: It says in the original post that they want to have access to the revious billing charges, they already have: "How can I view my mobile calls online?

You can view up to 6 months of usage any time by logging into 'Your 2degrees'. Go to https://secure.2degreesmobile.co.nz/"

Source: http://is.gd/23uta


That's a great service, well done 2degrees.

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  # 246984 15-Aug-2009 16:38
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How about making everything work?
Like being able to choose a new number on the website. And once that works, make it so I can choose numbers that aren't just 0220xx-xxxx numbers.
I'm not porting till they have 3G/decent data plans, but having a 022-existing number would be nice..

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  # 246992 15-Aug-2009 17:28
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offtopic: I have tried to post a new topic in the forum but... they do not show up. Is there a freeze on new topics?

Its working. just weird delay. ignore me.

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