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  # 238335 23-Jul-2009 17:10
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So DanielNZ, the official date is the really the 6th?




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  # 238338 23-Jul-2009 17:25

Only 2 degrees can say anything is official

 
 
 
 


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  # 238444 23-Jul-2009 21:39
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They would have to tell retailers who are selling there products when they are launching so then the retailers know when to put the stock out so I would say Daniel is right.


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  # 238447 23-Jul-2009 21:44
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he could be telling porkies. Lets see the delivery box to prove. lol. jk




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  # 238474 23-Jul-2009 23:10

No stock, maybe that is the date from which you can order it?

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  # 238634 24-Jul-2009 14:42
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freitasm:
exportgoldman:

if Two Degrees is listening, give the geeks some SIM loving, post a pic of your SIM artwork here, at least it will distract us from not having a launch date!


And like that... Here it is for our geek enjoyment:







Thanks 2Degress for sending these images through...


WOW!  Those sim cards look pretty cool, I love how they're integregated into the actual sim holder... Can't wait to get mine, I signed up the first time I saw the ad on the sunday night it came out, so hopefully I'll get one with a number that isn't gigantic like my gigantic 12 digit Vodafone no. (included the 64). CSR on their 0800 no. said that we can do three things when we get the card:
1) Top up and continue using 2D.
2) Make your old carrier's number your 2D number
3) OR, keep the allocated number - basically the same as option 1.

And I predict that the 2D launch will occur 2 weeks after the TVC was released on either Aug. 3 or 4. (3rd is a SUN)

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  # 238638 24-Jul-2009 14:53
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^^
You are obviously too young to remember when phones actually took the entire SIM card including the "integrated sim holder" :p

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  # 238640 24-Jul-2009 14:59
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Well....
I'm told my aunty had one of those huge phones like a car battery that you strap over your shoulder, but the funny part is that she dropped it of the side of her boat, they were so expensive that she swam down, tried to grab it. But she failed. =P.

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# 238655 24-Jul-2009 15:28
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TheNATTEH: Well....

I'm told my aunty had one of those huge phones like a car battery that you strap over your shoulder, but the funny part is that she dropped it of the side of her boat, they were so expensive that she swam down, tried to grab it. But she failed. =P.


Lol

Those things were like a car battery around your sholdier with a small headset sitting on top. As well as a long antenna




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  # 238668 24-Jul-2009 16:00
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naggyman:
TheNATTEH: Well....

I'm told my aunty had one of those huge phones like a car battery that you strap over your shoulder, but the funny part is that she dropped it of the side of her boat, they were so expensive that she swam down, tried to grab it. But she failed. =P.


Lol

Those things were like a car battery around your sholdier with a small headset sitting on top. As well as a long antenna


Was that there fashion icon like we now days have the Moto RAZR? lol




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  # 238914 25-Jul-2009 16:25
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was in DSE this afternoon and there was a company installing a display stand for 2 degrees.




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  # 238919 25-Jul-2009 16:58
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Do a search on the Dick Smith NZ web site and 2 types of sim packs and a phone are listed.

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  # 238923 25-Jul-2009 17:15
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DSE also have a 2degrees Nokia 1202 for $79




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  # 238949 25-Jul-2009 19:19
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"Online Store: Out of stock, due 27-Jul-2009, we will backorder for you and despatch asap."

Could this be an indication of release timing maybe?

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  # 238951 25-Jul-2009 20:00
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Wade: "Online Store: Out of stock, due 27-Jul-2009, we will backorder for you and despatch asap."



Could this be an indication of release timing maybe?


Thats what I thought, maybe mor info will be avalible that day from 2degrees. Lets hope!




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