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    #1

    USAGE: Difference between 'ON' and 'WITH'

    Enjoy the best discounts with Telenor.

    OR

    Enjoy the best discounts on Telenor.


    Also tell me if which of the sentences below are correct

    Looking for an offer you like with Telenor?

    OR

    Looking for an offer you like on Telenor?

    p.s. All these communication lines are for existing Telenor users. Please tell me why as I have often see 'with' being used.

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    Re: USAGE: Difference between 'ON' and 'WITH'

    Quote Originally Posted by wannaknow View Post
    Enjoy the best discounts with Telenor.

    OR

    Enjoy the best discounts on Telenor.


    Also tell me if which of the sentences below are correct

    Looking for an offer you like with Telenor?

    OR

    Looking for an offer you like on Telenor?

    p.s. All these communication lines are for existing Telenor users. Please tell me why as I have often see 'with' being used.
    What is "Telenor"?

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    Re: USAGE: Difference between 'ON' and 'WITH'

    Telenor is a telecommunications company. Like AT&T, Verizon etc.

    Can you help now

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    Re: USAGE: Difference between 'ON' and 'WITH'

    Quote Originally Posted by wannaknow View Post
    Telenor is a telecommunications company. Like AT&T, Verizon etc.

    Can you help now
    Both "on" and "with" are fine.

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