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# 38815 4-Aug-2009 17:34
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The stationary Warehouse was selling 2degrees Sims today. (Isnt it supposed to be tomorrow)


I just topped up $50,
I just got 250 free texts and calling cut in half!!! for the next month.


https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog8ffedb86492bd55085f8a6466ef5ad5b.jpg 

OMFG thank you 2degrees!!!





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  # 242545 4-Aug-2009 17:53
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brought my sim today from countdown kaiapoi waiting to find out if we can change to a non 0220*******







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  # 242560 4-Aug-2009 18:08
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thefatmould: brought my sim today from countdown kaiapoi waiting to find out if we can change to a non 0220*******



Go onto the 2degrees website, you can. Register And get $3, bring over a number and get $5.

 
 
 
 


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  # 242590 4-Aug-2009 18:38
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MorphingDragon:
thefatmould: brought my sim today from countdown kaiapoi waiting to find out if we can change to a non 0220*******



Go onto the 2degrees website, you can. Register And get $3, bring over a number and get $5.



yeah but could you change to a number outside of the 0220 range





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  # 242598 4-Aug-2009 18:53
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thefatmould:
MorphingDragon:
thefatmould: brought my sim today from countdown kaiapoi waiting to find out if we can change to a non 0220*******



Go onto the 2degrees website, you can. Register And get $3, bring over a number and get $5.



yeah but could you change to a number outside of the 0220 range


the answer would be yes

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  # 242687 4-Aug-2009 21:52
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Wait, so if you get a 2degrees sim from wherever, you can port your existing number from say Vodafone over to it once you've already got the sim (and perhaps used it with its "default" number)? I was under the impression that to port a number you have to get a "customised" sim.

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  # 242697 4-Aug-2009 22:14
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derega:
thefatmould:
MorphingDragon:
thefatmould: brought my sim today from countdown kaiapoi waiting to find out if we can change to a non 0220*******



Go onto the 2degrees website, you can. Register And get $3, bring over a number and get $5.



yeah but could you change to a number outside of the 0220 range


the answer would be yes


I rung them this morning and they told me that you will be able to get a number outside the 0220 range but after 9am tomorrow morning when it officially launches

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  # 242794 5-Aug-2009 06:16
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You do not need a special number to change to another 0220 number or to port your non-0220 number. But so far I can not see any way of getting a custom number outside the 0220 range (unless you port an existing number). You need your old SIM card IMEI digits (or equivalent Telecom digits). The only custom number you can pick that I'm aware of is from the 0220 range, which is what I did. My VF number was 0210... so now it is the same number but 0220 which means I've now got 2 number with only 1 digit difference. (There are privacy reasons why I want both.)




You can never have enough Volvos!


 
 
 
 


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  # 242809 5-Aug-2009 07:57
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cool ill wait till then then





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  # 242844 5-Aug-2009 09:12
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HI there about this Magic topups does anyone know how long these magic topups are going to be around for or will they be a permanent thing on 2degrees? or just a launch promo
Thanks

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  # 242898 5-Aug-2009 11:00
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Shoes2468: HI there about this Magic topups does anyone know how long these magic topups are going to be around for or will they be a permanent thing on 2degrees? or just a launch promo
Thanks
I dont think they have stated how long they are around for but from the wording I read somewhere, they are not a permanent thing.  The Magic may be perament but what the magic is isn't.

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