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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by onlycopunk, Jul 11, 2008.
And the $250 a month service charges?
Or the $1000 flat out charge?
Makes me glad I'm in Australia!
Yeah, I'm also glad I'm in Australia. I kind of feel sorry for them =(
At least they wouldn't of had any shortages lol
No doubt, well they need to not let the government have total control of their mobile communications then they can join the rest of the world.
aka boot the queen to the curb!
Well, as an adjunct to that - when they sell off the government owned telco they need to separate it from the infrastructure...
Otherwise you have a company that's suddenly not bound by the rules and can do anything it wants within reason to make a buck that also owns every damned hub, port, cable and phone in the country despite the fact that the taxpayer paid for all of it...
And that's why Telstra's plans are crap - because they'll make so much money from the people who are stuck with them.