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Drake Jackson
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By Drake Jackson on February 18, 2020, 05:02 ET Post #1

Everything's in the title.

Break on through to the other side.
Zubrowwdka
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By Zubrowwdka on February 19, 2020, 08:02 ET Post #2

Only 14€, unlimited 4G in France, 30gb free 4G in almost all europe

Am stronk boy
CelsiusInvestor
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By CelsiusInvestor on February 21, 2020, 03:02 ET Post #3

non I got Prepaid and I mostly use VOIP, thanks to Alex Mashinsky. :D

Also I work from home and if I am on the road I don't actually access Internet or so. I am fine sitting in the train and not having to stare on fb or internet enjoying the scenary.

The world needs banking, but it does not need banks. #UnBankYourself
CryptoGirl
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By CryptoGirl on February 22, 2020, 09:02 ET Post #4

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CelsiusInvestor wrote:non I got Prepaid and I mostly use VOIP, thanks to Alex Mashinsky. :D

Also I work from home and if I am on the road I don't actually access Internet or so. I am fine sitting in the train and not having to stare on fb or internet enjoying the scenary.



i'm thinking of going prepaid too! i always have wifi, so....
in the end, how much do you really spend per year on average with that prepaid card?

I want la bella vita
Zubrowwdka
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By Zubrowwdka on February 22, 2020, 05:02 ET Post #5

I'm kinda everytime using 4G so... I need this to get internet connection, don't even have internet at home without 4g xd

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CelsiusInvestor wrote:non I got Prepaid and I mostly use VOIP, thanks to Alex Mashinsky. :D

Also I work from home and if I am on the road I don't actually access Internet or so. I am fine sitting in the train and not having to stare on fb or internet enjoying the scenary.

Am stronk boy



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