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Topic # 42305 1-Oct-2009 22:24
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Does anyone know what the deal is? they twittered this:

We want to try and help people connect with family and loved ones in the Pacific. So for the next two weeks we will... http://bit.ly/aWmiz

but the link goes to their Facebook page but the page doesn't seem to be there anymore.

So what i want to know is what are they offering for two weeks.

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  Reply # 260362 1-Oct-2009 22:32
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For the next two weeks, you can call Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga, for up to five minutes, and it will be free.



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  Reply # 260366 1-Oct-2009 22:38
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thanks

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 260514 2-Oct-2009 11:38
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Vodafone are also making a plan - I think calls over there are free for the next two weeks. This is based within their own forums

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  Reply # 263497 12-Oct-2009 14:33
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With so many people affected by the earthquake and resulting tsumani in the Pacific, we wanted to do our bit to help in the best way we can by keeping people connected.
With this in mind, we have offered free calls (with a 5 minute cap) to Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga. The initiative commenced on the 1 October and will run until October 15. The five minute cap is an attempt to encourage people to limit their calls so that everyone who needs to can get access to the lines. We charge standard rates after the first 5mins of $1.44/min.




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Reply # 263606 13-Oct-2009 00:16
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Good on ya 2D, great to see you are doing your bit to help the greater cause




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  Reply # 264253 16-Oct-2009 12:57
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Just to let you know the offer ended at midnight last night. From the 1-15 october there were 236,990 calls made to Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga with 791,737 free minutes of use.

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