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9-20-2010 @ 8:19PM
"a $6.50 authenticator" is not always a $6.50 authenticator. Mine cost AU$28 because of exchange rates and horrendously large shipping costs - IMO anything that costs more than double in shipping than the actual item is usually not cost effective. In this situation I found the money for it but I can completely understand why many people wouldn't want to pay a month's worth of access fees for an authenticator.
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