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Follow Armageddon 08 live on Clearnet

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 23-Oct-2008 13:42

New Zealand fans of all things fantasy and sci-fi are well aware of Armageddon Expo. It's a long weekend expo with an exhibition floor, parallel events and more. Movie and TV starts, authors, gamers - everyone will be there.

But I also found out that if you are not there you can have the next best thing by following the CleanNet live streaming of this awesome weekend. And if you are on TelstraClear the traffic is unmetered - so even better.

To check the Armageddon Expo 08 live hit the ClearNet Armageddon 08 website and look for the schedule.



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