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  1. #1
    Shopping in India
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    CDMA - best place to find best deals on CDMA mobile with expert
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    ratings on CDMA online. Visit:
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  2. #2
    rebel
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    On Wed, 10 Dec 2008 02:04:08 -0800 (PST), Shopping in India
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >CDMA - best place to find best deals on CDMA mobile with expert
    >reviews, now compare Cdma prices and features, read reviews and user
    >ratings on CDMA online. Visit:
    >http://www.*****/buy-online/ch...-W0O/cdma.html


    Now THAT is a really high value post for us here in Oz, since Tel$tra shut down
    the CDMA network in April. Do try to keep up, or spam elsewhere.



  3. #3
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles


    "Shopping in India" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]m...
    > CDMA - best place to find best deals on CDMA mobile with expert
    > reviews, now compare Cdma prices and features, read reviews and user
    > ratings on CDMA online. Visit:


    LOL





  4. #4
    Frank Slootweg
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    rebel <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Wed, 10 Dec 2008 02:04:08 -0800 (PST), Shopping in India
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >CDMA - best place to find best deals on CDMA mobile with expert
    > >reviews, now compare Cdma prices and features, read reviews and user
    > >ratings on CDMA online. Visit:
    > >http://www.*****/buy-online/ch...-W0O/cdma.html

    >
    > Now THAT is a really high value post for us here in Oz, since Tel$tra
    > shut down the CDMA network in April. Do try to keep up, or spam
    > elsewhere.


    Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A CDMA
    phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!

    [1] A number of my *other* phones/SIMs work fine for that as well, but
    that's another story.



  5. #5
    John Henderson
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    Frank Slootweg wrote:

    > Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A
    > CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!


    A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as
    effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.

    John



  6. #6
    Frank Slootweg
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Frank Slootweg wrote:
    >
    > > Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A
    > > CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!

    >
    > A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as
    > effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.


    Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a while, and if
    you do that - after some time - with the tin of Aldi sardines, you'll be
    in for a nasty experience!

    BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is originally
    German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also have Aldi stores, but I
    don't think I've ever been in one.)



  7. #7
    John Henderson
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    Frank Slootweg wrote:

    > John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> Frank Slootweg wrote:
    >>
    >> > Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to
    >> > nobody. A CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!

    >>
    >> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as
    >> effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.

    >
    > Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a
    > while, and if you do that - after some time - with the tin
    > of Aldi sardines, you'll be in for a nasty experience!
    >
    > BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is
    > originally German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also
    > have Aldi stores, but I don't think I've ever been in one.)


    Yes, they're common in residential areas now:
    http://www.aldi.com.au/

    John



  8. #8
    Horry
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    On Mon, 15 Dec 2008 06:00:05 +1100, John Henderson wrote:

    > Frank Slootweg wrote:
    >
    >> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>> Frank Slootweg wrote:
    >>>
    >>> > Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A CDMA
    >>> > phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!
    >>>
    >>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as effective as a
    >>> CDMA phone for making calls.

    >>
    >> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a while, and if
    >> you do that - after some time - with the tin of Aldi sardines, you'll
    >> be in for a nasty experience!
    >>
    >> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is originally
    >> German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also have Aldi stores, but
    >> I don't think I've ever been in one.)

    >
    > Yes, they're common in residential areas now: http://www.aldi.com.au/


    Interesting. They're not in SA yet.

    But what's the attraction of "national pricing"? The effect is just to
    have some customers subsidize others. And, despite Aldi's claim, that
    isn't 'transparent'.

    Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.

    What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit
    margin on price tags.

    http://www.aldi.com.au/au/html/ALDI_...al_pricing.htm

    "national pricing - another ALDI first

    "At ALDI we are proud to be the first grocery retailer in Australia to
    introduce a National Pricing Policy across all our stores. We believe you
    shouldn't have to pay more for your groceries simply because of where you
    live, which is why from Rosehill to Rutherford, Bundaberg to Ballarat,
    you'll pay the same low prices on groceries in every ALDI store. It’s our
    way of keeping things fairer for all Australians.

    "Since we opened our first store in Australia in 2001, we've been
    committed to making our prices as simple and transparent as possible.

    "With our first store we introduced 'everyday low pricing' across our
    entire grocery range. Then, last year we became the first supermarket in
    Australia to display 'unit pricing' across all products in our stores.

    "Now 'National Pricing' means everyone can get the same low prices on the
    best quality groceries, wherever they live."



  9. #9
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    Horry wrote
    > John Henderson wrote
    >> Frank Slootweg wrote
    >>> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote
    >>>> Frank Slootweg wrote


    >>>>> Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody.
    >>>>> A CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!


    >>>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just
    >>>> as effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.


    >>> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a
    >>> while, and if you do that - after some time - with the tin
    >>> of Aldi sardines, you'll be in for a nasty experience!


    >>> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is
    >>> originally German. I live in The Netherlands. We now
    >>> also have Aldi stores, but I don't think I've ever been in one.)


    >> Yes, they're common in residential areas now: http://www.aldi.com.au/


    > Interesting. They're not in SA yet.


    Thats because the krauts hate all those stupid poms in SA.

    > But what's the attraction of "national pricing"?


    You dont see them gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their area.

    > The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others.


    Wrong. Selective pricing does that.

    > And, despite Aldi's claim, that isn't 'transparent'.


    Corse it is.

    > Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.


    No one is holding a gun to your head and forcing you to use any Aldi store.

    > What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit margin on price tags.


    Have fun finding anyone who does anything like that.

    > http://www.aldi.com.au/au/html/ALDI_...al_pricing.htm


    > "national pricing - another ALDI first


    > "At ALDI we are proud to be the first grocery retailer in Australia to
    > introduce a National Pricing Policy across all our stores. We believe
    > you shouldn't have to pay more for your groceries simply because of
    > where you live, which is why from Rosehill to Rutherford, Bundaberg
    > to Ballarat, you'll pay the same low prices on groceries in every
    > ALDI store. It's our way of keeping things fairer for all Australians.


    > "Since we opened our first store in Australia in 2001, we've been
    > committed to making our prices as simple and transparent as possible.


    And thats what national pricing is in the sense they are using the word transparent there.

    > "With our first store we introduced 'everyday low pricing' across our
    > entire grocery range. Then, last year we became the first supermarket
    > in Australia to display 'unit pricing' across all products in our stores.


    > "Now 'National Pricing' means everyone can get the same
    > low prices on the best quality groceries, wherever they live."


    You're always welcome to bare your arse at the local Coles/Woolworths/IGA.





  10. #10
    Horry
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    On Mon, 15 Dec 2008 19:46:35 +1100, Rod Speed wrote:

    > Horry wrote
    >> John Henderson wrote
    >>> Frank Slootweg wrote
    >>>> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote
    >>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote

    >
    >>>>>> Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A CDMA
    >>>>>> phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!

    >
    >>>>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as effective as
    >>>>> a CDMA phone for making calls.

    >
    >>>> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a while, and if
    >>>> you do that - after some time - with the tin of Aldi sardines, you'll
    >>>> be in for a nasty experience!

    >
    >>>> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is originally
    >>>> German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also have Aldi stores, but
    >>>> I don't think I've ever been in one.)

    >
    >>> Yes, they're common in residential areas now: http://www.aldi.com.au/

    >
    >> Interesting. They're not in SA yet.

    >
    > Thats because the krauts hate all those stupid poms in SA.
    >
    >> But what's the attraction of "national pricing"?

    >
    > You dont see them gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their
    > area.


    Bet you can't point to a single instance of an Aldi store without a
    competitor in the area.


    >> The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others.

    >
    > Wrong. Selective pricing does that.


    Wrong? Are you seriously suggesting that Bundaberg Aldi customers aren't
    subsidizing Ballarat Aldi customers' purchases of Bundaberg Sugar and
    Bundaberg Rum (if Aldi sells alcohol)?

    It can also occur with "selective pricing", but at least it's avoidable.
    With this "National Pricing Policy", it's completely unavoidable.


    >> And, despite Aldi's claim, that isn't 'transparent'.

    >
    > Corse it is.


    You just said subsidization didn't occur. Now you're saying it's
    transparent?


    >> Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.

    >
    > No one is holding a gun to your head and forcing you to use any Aldi
    > store.


    No-one is holding a gun to YOUR head, and forcing you to reply to my post.


    >> What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit
    >> margin on price tags.

    >
    > Have fun finding anyone who does anything like that.


    It's called an EXAMPLE, Rod. In this case, it was an example of truly
    transparent pricing, Rod.




  11. #11
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    Horry wrote
    > Rod Speed wrote
    >> Horry wrote
    >>> John Henderson wrote
    >>>> Frank Slootweg wrote
    >>>>> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote
    >>>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote


    >>>>>>> Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody.
    >>>>>>> A CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!


    >>>>>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just
    >>>>>> as effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.


    >>>>> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a while,
    >>>>> and if you do that - after some time - with the tin of Aldi
    >>>>> sardines, you'll be in for a nasty experience!


    >>>>> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is originally
    >>>>> German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also have Aldi stores,
    >>>>> but I don't think I've ever been in one.)


    >>>> Yes, they're common in residential areas now:
    >>>> http://www.aldi.com.au/


    >>> Interesting. They're not in SA yet.


    >> Thats because the krauts hate all those stupid poms in SA.


    >>> But what's the attraction of "national pricing"?


    >> You dont see them gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their area.


    > Bet you can't point to a single instance of an Aldi store without a competitor in the area.


    Its the others that dont always have an Aldi in their area, stupid.

    >>> The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others.


    >> Wrong. Selective pricing does that.


    > Wrong?


    Yep, dead wrong, as always.

    > Are you seriously suggesting that Bundaberg Aldi customers
    > aren't subsidizing Ballarat Aldi customers' purchases of
    > Bundaberg Sugar and Bundaberg Rum (if Aldi sells alcohol)?


    Nothing like what was being discussed, stupid.

    > It can also occur with "selective pricing", but at least it's avoidable.
    > With this "National Pricing Policy", it's completely unavoidable.


    That aint the reason for selective pricing, stupid. And you know it.

    >>> And, despite Aldi's claim, that isn't 'transparent'.


    >> Corse it is.


    > You just said subsidization didn't occur.


    You're lying now.

    > Now you're saying it's transparent?


    Clearly national pricing is transparent in the sense they are using the term, that the prices
    in a particular store dont depend on what competitors they have for the particular store.

    >>> Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.


    >> No one is holding a gun to your head and forcing you to use any Aldi store.


    > No-one is holding a gun to YOUR head, and forcing you to reply to my post.


    You quite sure you aint one of those rocket scientist terminal ****wits ?

    >>> What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit margin on price tags.


    >> Have fun finding anyone who does anything like that.


    > It's called an EXAMPLE, Rod.


    Thats called pathetic excuse for bull****, gutless.

    > In this case, it was an example of truly transparent pricing, Rod.


    You wouldnt know what truly transparent pricing was if it bit you on your lard arse, gutless.





  12. #12
    Horry
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    On Wed, 17 Dec 2008 05:03:27 +1100, Rod Speed wrote:

    > Horry wrote
    >> Rod Speed wrote
    >>> Horry wrote
    >>>> John Henderson wrote
    >>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote
    >>>>>> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote
    >>>>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote

    >
    >>>>>>>> Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody. A CDMA
    >>>>>>>> phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!

    >
    >>>>>>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just as effective
    >>>>>>> as a CDMA phone for making calls.

    >
    >>>>>> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in a while, and
    >>>>>> if you do that - after some time - with the tin of Aldi sardines,
    >>>>>> you'll be in for a nasty experience!

    >
    >>>>>> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is originally
    >>>>>> German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also have Aldi stores,
    >>>>>> but I don't think I've ever been in one.)

    >
    >>>>> Yes, they're common in residential areas now:
    >>>>> http://www.aldi.com.au/

    >
    >>>> Interesting. They're not in SA yet.

    >
    >>> Thats because the krauts hate all those stupid poms in SA.

    >
    >>>> But what's the attraction of "national pricing"?

    >
    >>> You dont see them gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their
    >>> area.

    >
    >> Bet you can't point to a single instance of an Aldi store without a
    >> competitor in the area.

    >
    > Its the others that dont always have an Aldi in their area, stupid.


    You said that the attraction of Aldi's "national pricing" was that you
    don't see Aldi "gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their area".

    I replied saying there aren't any Aldi stores without a competitor in the
    area.

    Now you're saying it's the other supermarkets that don't always have
    Aldis in their area.

    BUT WHAT IS THE RELEVANCE OF THAT TO ALDI'S NATIONAL PRICING POLICY???


    >>>> The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others.

    >
    >>> Wrong. Selective pricing does that.

    >
    >> Wrong?

    >
    > Yep, dead wrong, as always.


    Nope. It's right, moron.


    >> Are you seriously suggesting that Bundaberg Aldi customers aren't
    >> subsidizing Ballarat Aldi customers' purchases of Bundaberg Sugar and
    >> Bundaberg Rum (if Aldi sells alcohol)?

    >
    > Nothing like what was being discussed, stupid.


    LOL.

    It's EXACTLY what was being discussed: that customers at some Aldi
    stores are forced to subsidize the prices paid by customers at other Aldi
    stores.


    >> It can also occur with "selective pricing", but at least it's
    >> avoidable. With this "National Pricing Policy", it's completely
    >> unavoidable.

    >
    > That aint the reason for selective pricing, stupid. And you know it.


    I never said it was, moron. And you know that.


    >>>> And, despite Aldi's claim, that isn't 'transparent'.

    >
    >>> Corse it is.

    >
    >> You just said subsidization didn't occur.

    >
    > You're lying now.


    Quote Horry: "The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others."

    Quote Rod: "Wrong. Selective pricing does that."

    Who's lying?


    >> Now you're saying it's transparent?

    >
    > Clearly national pricing is transparent in the sense they are using the
    > term, that the prices in a particular store dont depend on what
    > competitors they have for the particular store.


    What definition of transparent are you using? That might be "good", but
    it's not "transparent".


    >>>> Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.

    >
    >>> No one is holding a gun to your head and forcing you to use any Aldi
    >>> store.

    >
    >> No-one is holding a gun to YOUR head, and forcing you to reply to my
    >> post.

    >
    > You quite sure you aint one of those rocket scientist terminal ****wits
    > ?


    Here we go...


    >>>> What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product
    >>>> profit margin on price tags.

    >
    >>> Have fun finding anyone who does anything like that.

    >
    >> It's called an EXAMPLE, Rod.

    >
    > Thats called pathetic excuse for bull****, gutless.
    >
    >> In this case, it was an example of truly transparent pricing, Rod.

    >
    > You wouldnt know what truly transparent pricing was if it bit you on
    > your lard arse, gutless.


    .... yep.



  13. #13
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    Horry wrote
    > Rod Speed wrote
    >> Horry wrote
    >>> Rod Speed wrote
    >>>> Horry wrote
    >>>>> John Henderson wrote
    >>>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote
    >>>>>>> John Henderson <[email protected]> wrote
    >>>>>>>> Frank Slootweg wrote


    >>>>>>>>> Don't knock it! I often have the desire to talk to nobody.
    >>>>>>>>> A CDMA phone seems to do that job just fine [1]!


    >>>>>>>> A tin of Aldi sardines is a lot cheaper, and is just
    >>>>>>>> as effective as a CDMA phone for making calls.


    >>>>>>> Yeah, but I have the habit of opening phones once in
    >>>>>>> a while, and if you do that - after some time - with the
    >>>>>>> tin of Aldi sardines, you'll be in for a nasty experience!


    >>>>>>> BTW, why Aldi? Do you guys have Aldi in Oz? (Aldi is
    >>>>>>> originally German. I live in The Netherlands. We now also
    >>>>>>> have Aldi stores, but I don't think I've ever been in one.)


    >>>>>> Yes, they're common in residential areas now:
    >>>>>> http://www.aldi.com.au/


    >>>>> Interesting. They're not in SA yet.


    >>>> Thats because the krauts hate all those stupid poms in SA.


    >>>>> But what's the attraction of "national pricing"?


    >>>> You dont see them gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their area.


    >>> Bet you can't point to a single instance of an Aldi store without a competitor in the area.


    >> Its the others that dont always have an Aldi in their area, stupid.


    > You said that the attraction of Aldi's "national pricing"


    No I didnt, I said that about national pricing, not Aldi's national pricing.

    > was that you don't see Aldi "gouge customers who dont have a competitor in their area".


    You've flagrantly dishonestly inserted the word Aldi in front of what I actually said.

    > I replied saying there aren't any Aldi stores without a competitor in the area.


    Yes, you were that flagrantly dishonest.

    > Now you're saying it's the other supermarkets that don't always have Aldis in their area.


    Didnt say that either.

    > BUT WHAT IS THE RELEVANCE OF THAT TO ALDI'S NATIONAL PRICING POLICY???


    I DIDNT SAY ANYTING ABOUT ALDI'S NATIONAL PRICING POLICY, AS YOU KNOW FULL WELL.

    >>>>> The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others.


    >>>> Wrong. Selective pricing does that.


    >>> Wrong?


    >> Yep, dead wrong, as always.


    > Nope. It's right, moron.


    You're lying, as always, ****wit.

    >>> Are you seriously suggesting that Bundaberg Aldi customers aren't
    >>> subsidizing Ballarat Aldi customers' purchases of Bundaberg Sugar
    >>> and Bundaberg Rum (if Aldi sells alcohol)?


    >> Nothing like what was being discussed, stupid.


    > LOL.


    Village eejut immitations cut no mustard, ****wit.

    > It's EXACTLY what was being discussed:


    Wrong, as always.

    > that customers at some Aldi stores are forced to subsidize the prices paid by customers at other Aldi stores.


    Thats nothing like what was actually being discussed, as you know full well.

    >>> It can also occur with "selective pricing", but at least it's avoidable.
    >>> With this "National Pricing Policy", it's completely unavoidable.


    >> That aint the reason for selective pricing, stupid. And you know it.


    > I never said it was, moron.


    I never ever said you did, ****wit.

    > And you know that.


    Cant even manage its own lines, or anything else at all, either.

    >>>>> And, despite Aldi's claim, that isn't 'transparent'.


    >>>> Corse it is.


    >>> You just said subsidization didn't occur.


    >> You're lying now.


    > Quote Horry: "The effect is just to have some customers subsidize others."


    > Quote Rod: "Wrong. Selective pricing does that."


    > Who's lying?


    You, as always.

    >>> Now you're saying it's transparent?


    >> Clearly national pricing is transparent in the sense they are using
    >> the term, that the prices in a particular store dont depend on what
    >> competitors they have for the particular store.


    > What definition of transparent are you using?


    The one they are using in this particular thread.

    > That might be "good", but it's not "transparent".


    Wrong, as always.

    >>>>> Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.


    >>>> No one is holding a gun to your head and forcing you to use any Aldi store.


    >>> No-one is holding a gun to YOUR head, and forcing you to reply to my post.


    >> You quite sure you aint one of those rocket scientist terminal ****wits ?


    > Here we go...


    You were long gone before it even started...

    >>>>> What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit margin on price tags.


    >>>> Have fun finding anyone who does anything like that.


    >>> It's called an EXAMPLE, Rod.


    >> Thats called pathetic excuse for bull****, gutless.


    >>> In this case, it was an example of truly transparent pricing, Rod.


    >> You wouldnt know what truly transparent pricing was if it bit you on your lard arse, gutless.


    > ... yep.


    Cant even ***** yap, wota terminal ****wit wog dog.





  14. #14
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    > But what's the attraction of "national pricing"? The effect is just to

    None

    > have some customers subsidize others. And, despite Aldi's claim, that


    No different to everyone else

    > isn't 'transparent'.


    Proof.

    > Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.


    its not a system. Its just a ****ing supermarket.

    > What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit
    > margin on price tags.


    Ask your Coles/Woolworths/IGA first.






  15. #15
    Horry
    Guest

    Re: CDMA Mobiles

    On Sat, 20 Dec 2008 04:58:27 +0000, Michael wrote:

    >> But what's the attraction of "national pricing"? The effect is just to

    >
    > None


    Agreed.


    >> have some customers subsidize others. And, despite Aldi's claim, that

    >
    > No different to everyone else


    Very different to everyone else. With national pricing, EVERY product at
    EVERY store is either subsidized or subsidizing products at other stores.


    >> isn't 'transparent'.

    >
    > Proof.


    The fact you don't know how the "national price" is calculated.


    >> Personally, I prefer the Coles/Woolworths/IGA system.

    >
    > its not a system. Its just a ****ing supermarket.


    We're talking about pricing systems, you fool.


    >> What *would* be transparent is disclosure of Aldi's per-product profit
    >> margin on price tags.

    >
    > Ask your Coles/Woolworths/IGA first.


    That's as stupid as the **** Rod Speed has been "contributing" to the
    thread.

    Coles/Woolworths/IGA aren't claiming to have "transparent pricing".

    Only Aldi is doing that... and they're lying.



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