Yeah, but it's Meteor I'm with, I switched away from Vodafone when they
insisted I owed them five grand on a mobile data bill even though they had
no logs and the weekend they said it all happened on, I was bedridden and
nowhere near the phone, let alone somehow downloading a few gigabytes via
gmail. I do *not* want to switch back to them to save a hundred euro or so
on the handset.
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 11:14 AM, CP Hennessy <cp.hennessy at openapp.ie>wrote:
> Even though the N900 is not available in vodafone shops it is available
> (depending on your package you can get it for as low as €269). However the
> chappy in the Jervis St vodafone kiosk, who was kind enough to let me have
> go on his n900, told me that vodafone will only have it on it's website for
> few more weeks as o2 have the license to sell it in Ireland.
>> I've just ordered mine and look forward to spending much to much time
> with it.
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