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Topic # 59193 29-Mar-2010 20:49
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Ok, just come from their latest "training" session...


Calls - 2Degrees = 0.44c  Vodafone = 0.89c   Telecom = 0.89c
Text - 2Degrees = 0.09c  Vodafone = 0.20c    Telecom = 0.20c

Telecom and Vodafone rates based on Vodafone Supa Prepay and Telecom One Rate Prepaid standard per minute calling and texting rates as at 25 March 2010.

Everytop on 2Degrees gives you, for one month:

0.22c a minute calls to 2Degrees mobiles and NZ Landlines
0.02c a text to 2Degrees mobiles.

Plus a bundle of FREE texts to any network...


  • $20 = 100 FREE Texts

  • $30 = 300 FREE Texts

  • $40 = 400 FREE Texts

  • $50+ = 500 FREE Texts




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  Reply # 312598 29-Mar-2010 21:15
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yesterday called.
It wants it's news back.

seriously,  how hard is it to note that the top thread in this forum, other than yours, is titled 2degrees drops prices and contains this exact information

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  Reply # 312600 29-Mar-2010 21:18

NonprayingMantis: yesterday called.
It wants it's news back.

seriously,  how hard is it to note that the top thread in this forum, other than yours, is titled 2degrees drops prices and contains this exact information


LOL!

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