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# 38713 3-Aug-2009 21:49
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On the Warehouse Stationary website it says that  'All top-ups on 2degrees are ’magic‘, which means you get free stuff when you top-up!'.

Is this something along the lines of capping?

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  # 242049 3-Aug-2009 21:50
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Last guy got 5 free sms's



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  # 242051 3-Aug-2009 21:52
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Like the sound of that!

 
 
 
 


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  # 242053 3-Aug-2009 21:54
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Are you sure it was free SMS? I thought it was free coffees in the TXT.

Which we can't really confirm given that noone has actually yet topped up on the (not-yet-live) network.



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  # 242055 3-Aug-2009 21:56
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True, but can't wait for tomorrow so I can 'officially' see the deals

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  # 242059 3-Aug-2009 22:06
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If "coffee" really means sms then it isn't much of a bonus. Just 45c extra on $20 topup.

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  # 242096 4-Aug-2009 00:47
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Was just reading an article on stuff and a 2d ad came up. It mentioned the magic top ups and said a $20 top up will get you 100 free texts. I'm guessing the higher the top up value, the more you will get?

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  # 242098 4-Aug-2009 00:59
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Theor: Was just reading an article on stuff and a 2d ad came up. It mentioned the magic top ups and said a $20 top up will get you 100 free texts. I'm guessing the higher the top up value, the more you will get?


Hunting for the ads!!

I'm surprised they didnt schedule them to start showing at 9am this morning

 
 
 
 


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  # 242106 4-Aug-2009 01:18
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Found it!!

Top up $20 and get 100 free texts!

The destination page isn't up yet though....



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  # 242111 4-Aug-2009 02:08
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calling will be 44 cents a minute, it's on one of these ads on stuff.co.nz too.

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