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Just in case anyone missed Vodafone's 3-month promotional removal of roaming charges, the company is hosting a web site to which anyone can tweet their holiday destinations to share with the world.

The site integrates with Google Maps to provide a display of the most popular holiday destinations amongst Twitter users, who are showing a remarkable Europhilia right now:

Twit's holiday destinations

The Twits are on the march

Which is a shame as Vodafone's offer extends to loads of destinations from New Zealand and Iceland, though notably not the USA. And make sure you're home before September 1st, when things go back to normal. ®

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