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# 38799 4-Aug-2009 15:05
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Did anybody else get an email from them to sign up for a $2 sim card, even so I full it in when it first came out.

Email below

You were one of the very first to jump online and to register your details to find
about more about 2degrees. Thank you for that. It meant a lot to us that you were
interested - even before we started saying stuff.

That's why you were one of the first to hear about the Great New Zealand Chinwag.
Just so you know, that's gone absolute gangbusters. Right now there are literally
thousands of SIM cards on their way to Kiwis right around New Zealand.

It's a shame you missed out on that. But since you're one of our hard-core early
birds, we don't want you to miss out completely. So click the link below and you can
try us out, free, with a shiny new 2degrees SIM card and $2 calling on us.


This is a little something to say thank you for supporting us since all the way back
at day dot. But get yours quick, because those extra SIM cards are likely to get
snapped up pretty fast.

Fun thing I click on link to full it in and submit it, came back saying you can only request 1 sim card.

Must be beer o'clock time

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  # 242406 4-Aug-2009 15:24
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I can't enter my 022 number to get another free SIM!

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  # 242408 4-Aug-2009 15:28
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I got a text message today in the morning from 2D that my chinwag sim card has been posted to me :-)

Do whatever you want to do man.



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  # 242420 4-Aug-2009 15:35
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Lucky bugger, us people down in the seep south will ahve to wait for a week or 2 for our to urn up. :-(

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  # 242468 4-Aug-2009 16:14
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Yes I received the same email too :).

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  # 242491 4-Aug-2009 16:35
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im in Dunedin and got a text today saying it had been sent.

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