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    First Post!

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    The most pathetic thing someone could be is a fanboy for a cell phone provider..

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    es en castellano me imagino??? or do we speak english as well???

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    Creo que podemos hablar o en castellano o en ingles! :-)

    Whichever you prefer!!!

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    Yo creo que hablar solo en castellano no es una buen idea... Hay unos membros que piensan que todos los mensajes deberian escribirse en ingles - para que todo el mundo pueda entenderlos! Seria mejor escribir en espanol si se escribe el mensaje tambien en ingles!

    I don't think it's a good idea just to write in Spanish - some members think that all messages should be written in English - so that everyone can understand them. It would be better to write in Spanish if you also provide an English translation!

    Cheers

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    bueno, lo que quisiezen, si os parece mejor preguntemosle a alguno de los mods de aqui. si vamos a hablar de un servicio telefonico de espanya me imagino que no todo el mundo va a saber como hablar ingles. yo trabajo por la companya rogers at&t en canada en el departamento de servicios al cliente...si alguien quiere cancelar su linea me llaman a mi
    well, whatever you'd like, but it would be best if we ask a mod. if we are going to speak about a spanish phone service then i imagine not everyone will be able to speak english.

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    trabajas para O2 eh? que interesante...cuando mis clientes van a inglaterra les recomiendo usar 02 no hay ningun problema con ellos y la cobertura es magnifica. es espanya usamos vodafone o telefonica. en el salvador (donde yo naci) tienen movistar tambien. pregunta, de donde son ustedes?
    you work for 02 eh? how interesting...when my clients go to england i recommend 02 for their use there are no issues with them and their coverage is magnificent. in spain we use vodafone or telefonica. in el salvador (where i was born) they also have movistar. question, where is everyone from?

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    Si, yo trabajo para O2 UK (en el pasado se llamaba BTCellnet). Me parece que, en general, hay pocos problemas con el servicio y la cobertura, asi es una buen idea usarnos cuando en gran bretana, pero la verdad es que todos las reds aqui son bastante buenas! Una pregunta: hay alguien aqui que ha usado GSM en Argentina? Espero di ir en B.A. durante la verano (para asistir a un curso de espanol), y quiero usar mis moviles cuando estoy ahi!

    Yeah, I work for O2 (formerly BTCellnet), and in my opinion the service and the coverage are pretty good, so if you're coming to the UK, by all means, use us - although all the networks here are pretty good. One question: does anyone have any experience of GSM networks in Argentina? I'm hoping to go to Buenos Aires during the summer, to do a Spanish course, and I'd like to use my mobile(s) when I'm there!

    Gracias

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