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October 30, 2006

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Anonymous

i am confused...this is for a jwireless co?i saw miss diaz walking through manhattan with aerosmith blasting in the background...also, gizmodo linked to your post and they call it lost in translation like. don't get that at all...number portability is nice though.γ˜γ‚ƒγΎγŸ

gme

The backlash now that everyone is cottoning on to the fact that "free" means "among Softbank subscribers", and that when you call out of their network you'll be charged something like twice the rates at au and DoCoMo, is going to be something to behold.

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