If you have a GSM mobile phone, you can use it in NZ too. For local calls (like confirming your excursion bookings, etc...), you could buy a prepay connection pack from Telecom NZ or Vodaphone. A Vodaphone starter pack (with your own number) is NZ$ 35, pre-loaded with (a miserable) $5. You can add a $20 pre-pay recharge to get around. You could use roaming with your current home account, but that would be ridiculously expensive (I guess).
Posted by: rachna jhalani - rulz_tanvi[at]yahoo dot com
Date: Tuesday, 23rd May 2006 04:16 PM
I want to know the best possible pack for my hutch prepaid connection.please
suggest how to go about.We are starting on 29may for NZ
Posted by: Nigel Ross - nigel_ross1968[at]yahoo dot co dot nz
Date: Thursday, 28th September 2006 07:34 PM
I purchased a v6001 G3 phone from a sales attendant, on the proviso that if I take
it to Japan will it work, she specifically said it will be cheaper than roaming when
you get to Japan, you purcahase a Japanese Sim Card...Well I`ve been to two
Vodaphone shops here in Japan....they both couldn`t help me...So the only thing I
can do is send this phone back to NZ & get one of my relatives to get it onto
mobile roaming, then they send it back to me...otherwise should I ask for my
money back, & just use my old phone & send just my sim card back?
Posted by: AlexMrly - independent[at]ukgcity dot net
Date: Sunday, 08th April 2007 12:40 AM
Anybody here know about XRumer program?!
Give me some info or link to description.... thanks.
Also, do you know when XRumer 4.0 Platinum Edition will be released?
P.S. Sorry for my post in this folder...
Posted by: incuffIncob - makadokko[at]ua-news dot net
Date: Wednesday, 23rd May 2007 05:32 AM
It's just great thing that you're doing!
Keep the good work, etc.
Posted by: FliewlyDefe - ebanashka[at]sevastopol dot in
Date: Thursday, 14th June 2007 09:36 AM
Who know some info about X-Rumer? Or website with description...
It's very interesting program, but I forgot url :(
P.S. Hmmm... this forum category is interesting and sometimes funny ;)
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Date: Tuesday, 31st July 2007 08:52 PM
www.traveltip.org - great site !
Thank you, I will add it to my bookmarks
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Date: Monday, 06th August 2007 05:49 AM
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