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# 38716 3-Aug-2009 22:10
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2Degrees CEO Eric Hertz:



Nokia 1202: $79
Samsung Crest E1100T: $99
Nokia 5030: $129
Nokia 2700: $249
Nokia E63: $649

Confirmed $0.44 per minute to other mobile networks. Also confirmed $0.09 per SMS.

2Degrees starts with Prepay offering only because 75% of local market is Prepay. It will offer free GST receipts and online statements.

The $0.44 per minute is also valid for 21 countries.

Instant rewards for topups - "Magic Topups" Topping up within 30 days and you get free stuff: $20 gives 100 SMS credits. Topups are valid for 365 days.

$0.22 per minute from 2Degrees to 2Degrees mobile, or to any landline. Billing is always per minute - there's no per second billing.

No data plans at launch, but the network is data capable - new plans coming in the future. At the moment any data usage is charged as casual at $0.50/MB.

Confirmed that 2Degrees offer EDGE mobile data from start - think of it as 2.75G...

All accounts are enabled for roaming from the start.

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  # 242064 3-Aug-2009 22:18
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2degrees have just mentioned on their facebook page all will be revealed at 9.15am

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  # 242065 3-Aug-2009 22:19
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Excellent, looking forward to the latest and greatest MF!

 
 
 
 


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  # 242066 3-Aug-2009 22:20
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DjShadow: 2degrees have just mentioned on their facebook page all will be revealed at 9.15am


Unfortunately many at work won't have access to Facebook (good ol' IT restrictions!  Sealed).  Anyway, I will be at the ready on my N97.

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  # 242084 3-Aug-2009 23:21
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Thanks Mauricio!!! :-)

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  # 242090 3-Aug-2009 23:34
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ill be here waiting to see gettin ready to mass text everyone who's been asking me about the network :P

Pricing released!!! will still get up at 9 tho (or atleast roll ova to laptop)




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  # 242119 4-Aug-2009 06:21
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Heck, if these rates are confirmed which by the looks it will, thats a big step forward and enough to make people move

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  # 242125 4-Aug-2009 07:16
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Sounding very good, so far from those ads.

Will wait for 9:15am, though.




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  # 242127 4-Aug-2009 07:19
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With the 9c texting you can only send approx 111 texts for $10 dollars. Not any cheaper for the VF texters so far. Anxious for 9am :)

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  # 242128 4-Aug-2009 07:23
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Stuff! Were they the site that released the Weatherston verdict "early"??

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  # 242132 4-Aug-2009 07:30
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Those prices sound too Good to be true!!
Will also be waiting untill 9:15




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  # 242136 4-Aug-2009 07:44
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Thats all very well, but I want to know the data costs since thats where most of my spend goes now with DM's going to peoples phones for free.




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  # 242149 4-Aug-2009 08:33
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richms - DMs? Free?

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  # 242150 4-Aug-2009 08:35
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Using Twitter, I suppose.




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  # 242160 4-Aug-2009 08:57
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DjShadow: Heck, if these rates are confirmed which by the looks it will, thats a big step forward and enough to make people move


Although it depends entirely on what that rate compares directly to.

If it is on-net, anytime,  then it compares very favourably to XT and Voda which is around the 89c/m mark.

If, however, it has different terms on it, such as off-peak, or only on-net, or only on an expensive plan,  then it is not so faqvourable.  We'll see very soon I imagine :D


ETA:   I see from twitter that the price on-net and to landlines will be 22c.  very competitive.  This also means that the 44c/m must be offnet (and we also know tnow that it is prepaid).    very agressive pricing.

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  # 242161 4-Aug-2009 09:03
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NonprayingMantis:
DjShadow: Heck, if these rates are confirmed which by the looks it will, thats a big step forward and enough to make people move


Although it depends entirely on what that rate compares directly to.

If it is on-net, anytime,  then it compares very favourably to XT and Voda which is around the 89c/m mark.

If, however, it has different terms on it, such as off-peak, or only on-net, or only on an expensive plan,  then it is not so faqvourable.  We'll see very soon I imagine :D

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