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Avoiding the slip . . .

Here’s an Aussie idea, made in China and sold worldwide. You no longer need a library in the on-site loo — you can surf the net, take calls and when the crux of the matter comes, if you use your Phone Hanger you won’t run the risk of losing your phone to the murky waters below! It seems living in our 24/7 world that no time is off limits. Mobiles are listed as one of the most common objects that are dropped down the toilet — apparently, nearly one in five people drop th...
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Data roaming costs slashed with flat fee pricing

Telecom has a new approach to international data roaming that slashes costs for travellers when using their smartphones and other mobile devices overseas. A feature is a flat daily rate for data roaming by postpaid customers across major travel markets. Australia roaming starts at a specially reduced rate of $6 a day (Telecom will review the rate in mid-2013). Customers pay just $10 a day flat rate for data while travelling in the UK, USA, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and Saudi Ara...
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Motorola DEFY XT exclusive to Telecom

This hard-working Smartphone is the perfect, go-anywhere companion for any active lifestyle. Whether out on the town, working outdoors, tramping, or just a little accident-prone, Motorola DEFY XT’s water-resistant, dust-proof, and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla glass display is living proof it can take most of what is thrown at it — and at a price that won’t clean out the wallet. Telecom chief marketing officer Jason Paris says the new Motorola DEFY XT is perfectly suited ...
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The tradesman's choice

Telecom’s new XT Mobile Network, which is based on 3G Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) technology, launched just over a month ago. The preferred Telecom dealer for the RMBF and BCITO, Total Network, understands the power of the XT Mobile Network. The company is encouraging RMBF members and BCITO apprentices and employers to switch over to enjoy the benefits the new network provides. Total Network Wellington sales manager Chris McKelvey says Telecom’s network coverage ...
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