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Master Geek


  # 245520 12-Aug-2009 11:21
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BarTender:
Handsomedan:
Bee: So whens the ETA now 2Degrees?

Have to say this has almost killed all of my excitement and enthusiasm for it and I imagine Im not alone?


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+1 it's slowly killing my excitement now.... *sigh*

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  # 245527 12-Aug-2009 11:26
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kiwiboi:
BarTender:
Handsomedan:
Bee: So whens the ETA now 2Degrees?

Have to say this has almost killed all of my excitement and enthusiasm for it and I imagine Im not alone?


+1

+1


+1 it's slowly killing my excitement now.... *sigh*


+1 Bring it on and tell us we won't get very angry. even estimate will do





 
 
 
 


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Geek


  # 245574 12-Aug-2009 13:17
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Maybe a MAJOR flaw in their site so probably will take days to fix. But they should be working round the clock. :/ What noob company designed their site or is it inhouse programmers.

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  # 245600 12-Aug-2009 14:11
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This is an official reply from 2Degrees to a post i made on their facebook.

2degrees Mobile commented on your wall post:

"If all goes to plan you should be able to pick from the following number ranges: 0220, 0221, 0222, 0223, 0225, 0226."




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  # 245602 12-Aug-2009 14:16
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tallPete: You get what you pay for... Fixing software takes time.


not this long its taking forever.




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  # 245626 12-Aug-2009 14:55
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Minaithnir2005: This is an official reply from 2Degrees to a post i made on their facebook.

2degrees Mobile commented on your wall post:

"If all goes to plan you should be able to pick from the following number ranges: 0220, 0221, 0222, 0223, 0225, 0226."



Tottally uncool. where is our 10 MILLION numbers. I want 0228******





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  # 245637 12-Aug-2009 15:16
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no 0224 - FAIL

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  # 245659 12-Aug-2009 15:49
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Grr I want 0228...

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  # 245666 12-Aug-2009 15:56
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People said it was meant to be up by tuesday, still waiting, grr!




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  # 245679 12-Aug-2009 16:15
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The numbers missing are reserved for SIM card production




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  # 245680 12-Aug-2009 16:18
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Bah I am completely dissillusioned with 2degrees! I've had my SIM card, Loaded with credit, for a whole week, and have not yet used it as I cannot transfer my 021 number.
I cannot wait to be rid of Vodafone, AND 2degrees reception is miles better than VF at my house.
A week! To fix a website!
And no news as to when it will be up!! This is crazy.

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  # 245681 12-Aug-2009 16:19
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What 4 million numbers for simcards





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  # 245684 12-Aug-2009 16:24
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Minaithnir2005: The numbers missing are reserved for SIM card production


0226 is on the list, but I have a bunch of 0226 numbers on $2 SIMs purchased




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  # 245690 12-Aug-2009 16:27
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Yeah all the ones I bought were 02261...

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  # 245694 12-Aug-2009 16:30
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No "4" = fail for people wanting to replicate 7 digit home phone number starting with a 4 :/

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