Check out this selector switch on the ringer controls at the old Port Kembla Exchange. This switch selected between the two available ringers at the time. One would would be active for a week, while the other was in stand-by as a back-up, and then they would be switched over the following week.
"Ten years ago, I was a fairly typical 29 year old gay man. Had anyone told me that I would be ’married‘, living in the country and the owner of seven horses, I would have laughed my socks off. But sometimes life deals us an unexpected deck. Moving out of the city was met with trepidation; all my life had been in cities with little homophobia. But I was amazed at just how welcoming everyone was when I moved. Many people I meet assume I have a wife, which can be a little awkward, but never bothers me. One tradie, who put up our barn, decided I was Nathan’s father! Thankfully, there is nothing but friendliness when I explain that he is actually my husband. Not everyone has had such a fortunate experience though; there is still a great deal of inequality and prejudice toward homosexual, bisexual and trans people. This is why I stand for LGTBI inclusion for everyone and will continue to advocate and fight for equal rights." - Julian, Director of HR for Global Enterprise & Services.
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+Kevin Yung the same thing happened with the nexus 5. You could buy the phone outright and go on a prepaid plan with the same exact value as the plan offered with the phone and pay less. It may or may not be a lazy tax for those that don't do research. I don't blame telstra if that's what it is. They've got to make money in the end.
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