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  # 235669 15-Jul-2009 14:26
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It looks very nice, I like the simplistic look!

Very well done.

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  # 235670 15-Jul-2009 14:27
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rscole86:
mysticnz: they look alright nothing to special




What were you expecting? Simcards are small, there aint a lot you can do to them :P


lol i dont no i guess u only look at it once haha

 
 
 
 


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  # 235716 15-Jul-2009 15:53
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I meant the Prepay one I have has the old logo that Vodafone had kept until very recently.

Somewhere I have a large stack of actual BellCards though still brandnew and unused, I asked the store and they simply gave them to me as they did not store many contacts compared to the upgraded ones.


Anyway here is the newer part of the collection.









Sorry the third pic may trash the thread a little. pics taken on just a N95. (A Cameraphone)

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  # 235730 15-Jul-2009 16:37
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lol I remember putting a credit card sized sim card in the back of my first digital phone back in the BellSouth days :)




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  # 235738 15-Jul-2009 16:47
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freitasm:






Thanks 2Degress for sending these images through...

OMG SIM CARD PORN!

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  # 235747 15-Jul-2009 17:04
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Looking good. Anyone know how many kb these 2degrees Sim Cards will come with?
Hopefully more than my old 64kb Vodafone Sim that I currently have :P

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  # 235750 15-Jul-2009 17:06
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tardtasticx: Want to see what the call costs are and what there SIM looks like, Hope its better than my Purple one from vodafone. :S



lol


Yea, mine is purple too. They look ugly.
I think they started using them when they released Supa Pre Pay.
I would imagine a very large 2degrees logo on the front of the card, not much else on the front other than little version type text on the bottom. Hey, thats just what I would imagine!

Edit: Woops, obviously didnt see that the thread had more than one page. My predictions were right though!!!




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  # 235754 15-Jul-2009 17:14
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Yatey: Looking good. Anyone know how many kb these 2degrees Sim Cards will come with?

Hopefully more than my old 64kb Vodafone Sim that I currently have :P


On freatisim's post you can yust see 128k on the SIM.




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  # 235757 15-Jul-2009 17:21
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naggyman: On freatisim's post you can yust see 128k on the SIM.


Oh yes I see it now thanks
Just looked to see how many kbs my sim card was
and now My Sony Ericsson phone says my Sim Card is inactive ==

Edit: Fixed!

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  # 235804 15-Jul-2009 19:36
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OMG, Nice one 2Degree's. I need to get my SIM collection up man. Start shipping some from UK and states. 3 is clarly not enough compared to Paradoxsm. lol. Be good for unlocking too having an inactive SIM card. Well I can now be rest assured that those SIM's will be no where as bad as my vodafone one and look good on the little pile I will have on my desk as I buy more





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  # 235833 15-Jul-2009 20:48
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:O just read on NZ Herald site that 2Degree's Cheif Exec will be stepping down from his possition next month after the launch. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology/news/article.cfm?c_id=5&objectid=10584617
I thought when I first saw the tittle that the network would be shut down as soon as he left but that obveously is not the case.

You prob all know this by now but just for those who doent




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  # 235837 15-Jul-2009 21:09
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tardtasticx: :O just read on NZ Herald site that 2Degree's Cheif Exec will be stepping down from his possition next month after the launch. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology/news/article.cfm?c_id=5&objectid=10584617

I thought when I first saw the tittle that the network would be shut down as soon as he left but that obveously is not the case.

You prob all know this by now but just for those who doent


Story here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=8324 and discussion here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=37548





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  # 235856 15-Jul-2009 21:57
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freitasm:




I have one of these

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  # 235865 15-Jul-2009 22:20
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eXDee:
freitasm:




I have one of these


Can you connect to the network?




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  # 235920 16-Jul-2009 01:48
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Not yet, im told its not activated till launch. When i tried it in an old phone it didnt seem to connect, just had no coverage.

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