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Topic # 86517 7-Jul-2011 23:56 Send private message

Just topped up for the first time in ages and noticed that I only received 100 free txts and no decrease in calling rates to 22c/m.
Has this been removed or do you not get notified and cant see it on Your 2 Degrees any more? 




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  Reply # 490862 8-Jul-2011 00:07 Send private message

it should show up like Your 'top up and get' special rates  (expiring on ## July 2011)






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  Reply # 490864 8-Jul-2011 00:15 Send private message

I can see the 100 free txts but not the cheaper calling, and cant remember if you get told about it. Has been a while since I topped up.




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  Reply # 490872 8-Jul-2011 00:31 Send private message

It's still mentioned on the website, so I doubt they've taken it away.

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  Reply # 490894 8-Jul-2011 06:45 Send private message

We haven't taken it away, no.




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