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I'm @nate
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  Reply # 580820 13-Feb-2012 12:46 Send private message

chiefie: Anyhow, I'll standby and monitor the situation. 

Good idea.

I've got Sky + Vodafone NDSL paired together and the old invoice would show full charges, and then discounts on the final page.  Alittle confusing, but had the same outcome.

(this has been fixed however in the last few months) 

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  Reply # 580910 13-Feb-2012 15:33 Send private message

Sorry guys but this thread seems amusing...

I have the 512MB for $10 for 2 years, and I recieve a $20 'unknown' payment halfway during each following month. I just pay, as John said, my invoice less $20 and it all works itself out.

Granted, my invoice does not itemise payments towards my account, but I know it's gone in.

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  Reply # 582336 16-Feb-2012 13:16 Send private message

I don't get whats not to understand. In the following example the total bill for the month would be $148.38. Notice how the talk 0 plan and MySKY HDi are discounted off.

Vodafone Bill

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