Aldi super thread

Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by Bigem, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    Been lookin at the Aldi cell phone charges

    Australia 12 cents per minute
    Asia 10 cents per minute (Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia etc)
    China 10 cents per minute
    India 10 cents per minute
    UK 10 cents per minute
    Germany 10 cents per minute
    USA 10 cents per minute

    .... cheaper to call overseas than OZ? :evil
  2. TEZZA

    TEZZA ADV B4 DEM/TED

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    Both our children have Aldi Plans for $35 per month , 2500min of talk time 2 GB internet and a lot of Text .
    Good for the kids and I will be changing to this plan soon.
    Tezza:D

  3. Toy Rolex

    Toy Rolex Been here awhile

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    They use the Telstra network so you can buy a prepaid blue tick Telstra phone and get the bonus of the extra signal strength from the blue tick phone.


    I chose to go with the pay as you go system and I have cut from $35 a month to about $6, I just don't call people like I did, they now call me more often.
  4. drikko

    drikko Long timer

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    I'm flat out getting 2500 words a month out of my kids let alone 2500 minutes of them!! :kboom
  5. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    When you were a kid .. how much talkin did you do with yer mates compared to yer parents? :evil

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    I'm having 2 bottles of the chilli .. might last till the next stock arrives. What are the Mama Africa's Zulu Sources like? Sorry .. don't like the Biltong. I'll give the Willow falls cooking sauces a go.
  6. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    Smart Phone 4" android, 4Gb, blue tooth GPS Dual SIM, microSD card upto 32Gb ... no WiFI?

    $120

    Also a 'dumb' phone $70 ... dual SIM, FM & MP3 .. blue tooth.
  7. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    Camping type things - Sat 12 April

    Sleeping bag $25 -.6C

    Pegs $10 for 20 in a plastic contaner

    $4 for: 4 tent pegs with LED lighs (stops drunks err :huh reduces trip falls), 4 'night glow' guy ropes etc

    3 in 1 jacket, waterproof/breathable outer, removable fleece inner $60

    Wool hiking socks $10

    tarp $7

    9 led torch $4

    cookware set $25
  8. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Glowing tent pegs actually attract drunks. Candelabras :1drinklikewise.
  9. Andy_P

    Andy_P Been here awhile

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    My table saw has packed it in. If anyone in the brisbane area knows of an aldi store with one of their cheap table saws I would be grateful. Just need to do one job, cant justify buying an expensive saw for it.
  10. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    Like camp fires? Alright :thumb put them around a tree some distance away from your tent? :rofl
  11. TouringDave

    TouringDave Tri Moto Veritas

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    Speaking from experience Dave? :D
  12. TEZZA

    TEZZA ADV B4 DEM/TED

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    Hay Warin , where did you he the info from. I have looked on the we page and not able to find that info for the 12th.:freaky
    Tezza:D
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    QUOTE=Warin;23844672]Camping type things - Sat 12 April

    Sleeping bag $25 -.6C

    Pegs $10 for 20 in a plastic contaner

    $4 for: 4 tent pegs with LED lighs (stops drunks err :huh reduces trip falls), 4 'night glow' guy ropes etc

    3 in 1 jacket, waterproof/breathable outer, removable fleece inner $60

    Wool hiking socks $10

    tarp $7

    9 led torch $4

    cookware set $25[/QUOTE]
  13. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Theres always a a few staggering around late, loud and looking for B r a i n s or wezaspartay. When the neurons are diminished they head for the bright light ...moths to the flame. Thats when you throw a net over them shootem and then piss on them. Or something.
  14. sidetrack one

    sidetrack one Chief Tiddler

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    The instore /home delivered catalogues are a week ahead of the web site!:deal
  15. TEZZA

    TEZZA ADV B4 DEM/TED

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    Now you are teasing me as I live about 1 hr to the closet store .
    Tezza:D
  16. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    If you go in Wednesday then you might get the next catalog... so do your grocery shopping on Wednesday. Only go in a Sat when you need too, leaving more time on the weekend.

    I'll try to keep you lot of deprived buggers updated .. but I could miss a few weeks here and there...
  17. BergDonk

    BergDonk Old Enough to Know Better

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    I got another telescopic folding walking stick the other day. Easy to mod and then use as a bike prop.

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  18. GodSilla

    GodSilla I did that.

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    For those who prefer a little comfort when travelling and camping, there's an 800 watt generator at SuperCheap, $279, full inverter-type and it will run computers and such. It looks to be a proper bargain too.

    Just sayin'.....
  19. Oz-Strom

    Oz-Strom Still trying

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    Also can use the base of a aluminium adjustable crutch the same way - light and portable
  20. Doctor

    Doctor Banned

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    i reckon this thread should go to vendors too






    just sayin