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  Reply # 548552 22-Nov-2011 17:08 Send private message

SaltyNZ:
NonprayingMantis:
SaltyNZ:
NonprayingMantis: People don?t pick prepaid because it is better value (it almost never is), they pick it because of the control.


Which is why on 2degrees we give you that control on postpay too.


Oh really? So if I?m on 2degrees postpaid and decide that I only want to spend $10 next month how would I do that without switching to prepaid?


Ok, sure, the minimum you can spend on pay monthly is $29. But you can set up your account so that you will never spend more than that $29.


The minimum spend limit control is $1 so the max monthly bill would be $30 

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  Reply # 548651 22-Nov-2011 20:58 Send private message

tonyhughes:
oxnsox: Every knows there's no discount vouchers or loyalty schemes thru Caltex... but they're still in business. 

Couldn't be further from the truth. Not sure where you got your information from.

Caltex is part of the AA Smartfuel loyalty scheme. 

I wasn't aware of that... But then I'm not an AA member, but I do by groceries.  ; )


 

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