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# 39450 14-Aug-2009 08:08
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I was in the supermarket* the other day and I saw the stand for the 2degrees handsets, but no sim cards or any information whatsoever on how exactly I buy one from the supermarket. It was busy as hell and theres never anyone at the service counter. Now, I've got that SIM in the post, or at least I think I have, but I'dve bought a sim instead of waiting if I could.

*(woolworths the palm, shirly, chch; to point fingers)

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  # 246399 14-Aug-2009 08:33
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I got one from Countdown on Moorehouse Ave. They had a sim card redeeming thing you take up to the service desk to get the sim card. I think most supermarkets they sell them only at the checkouts or service desk.

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  # 246569 14-Aug-2009 14:03
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Woolworths is fail. No wonder they can't even do this right.

 
 
 
 


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  # 246572 14-Aug-2009 14:11
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The stand has cards on it that say "take to checkout to get your SIM".

The SIM's are too much of a theft target if left on display.


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  # 246573 14-Aug-2009 14:13
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Really? Countdown Pt Chev had the SIM cards just stuck on the stand when I bought one. It made it just one of those random impulse purchases rather than "do I really need another phone number?" (or three)




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  # 246582 14-Aug-2009 14:41
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sbiddle: The stand has cards on it that say "take to checkout to get your SIM".

The SIM's are too much of a theft target if left on display.


They weren't through, thats the thing. Only had them for the handsets.

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  # 246628 14-Aug-2009 15:45
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there are card board pockets with sims in plastic in the back hanging next to the checkout on a blue stand with 2degrees on it.





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