I looked at the bottom for the T&C and all it mentioned was that you must sign up for a 24 month contract.
What they forgot to mention was that you need to purchase a Vodem for $199.
I know that a lot of people reading the advert (a few friends and family for example) believed that it would be included (in the same way that Sky through in their decoder if you sign up for a term contract).
Might be a good idea if Vodafone made this a little more clear.
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Comment by alasta, on 7-Oct-2006 19:55
If they advertise their calling plans then they don't specifically point out that you need to buy a phone to take advantage of the offer. I don't see how the Mobile Broadband deal is any different, unless there is something in the ad which implies that the hardware is supplied.
Comment by sbiddle, on 7-Oct-2006 20:31
Slightly OT but if anybody in Auckland wants a deal I suggest they visit Stewart & Hill.
They had an ad in the herald a few days ago that (obviously incorrectly) said the Vodem was $99 on a 250MB term contract and $199 on a 1GB term contract
Comment by tonyhughes, on 7-Oct-2006 22:05
visit Geekzone chat on Tuesday night to be in to win a Vodem...
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