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PETER GRIFFIN: In search of the digital dashboard for my life

Peter Griffin
Thu, 08 Oct 2020

Peter Griffin
Thu, 08 Oct 2020
Back in the early 2000s, changing mobile phone provider meant leaving your phone number behind and being assigned another one with your new operator.That was a major hassle, the major factor in people deciding to stick with their existing provider, even if it was too expensive and had terrible mobile coverage. Then came number portability in 2007. It meant no matter whether you had an 021, 022, 027 or 029 prefixed number, you could take it with you to a rival phone company.It was a small thing, but it had major consequences. 2Degrees, which lau...

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