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Topic # 108375 29-Aug-2012 09:26 Send private message

Skinny has increased data and minutes on its $4 plans, and its fantastic!

I'm at work so can't post details or link but thought I'd give heads up for people to check out their pricing page.

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  Reply # 678606 29-Aug-2012 09:50 Send private message

IlDuce: Skinny has increased data and minutes on its $4 plans, and its fantastic!

I'm at work so can't post details or link but thought I'd give heads up for people to check out their pricing page.


Boom - I'm also at work which means I can tell you all about it :-)

Check out our sweet new combos here - http://www.skinny.co.nz/2335_EN-Why_Skinny-Skinny_Pricing.htm

L
oose Lips
60 minutes calling to any network in NZ
100 texts to any network in NZ
60MB data

Busy Fingers
15 minutes calling to any network in NZ
750 texts to any network in NZ
60MB data

Text Bomb
5001 texts to any network in NZ

Love Bytes
200MB data


Oh and just casually, every $4 Combo comes with 60 minutes of free Skinny to Skinny calling until end of June 2013 - a la the Skinny Happy Hour! 

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  Reply # 678618 29-Aug-2012 10:19

Looks like there's a new $1 per week for 25mb Add-on. If you are skinny with data.

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  Reply # 678692 29-Aug-2012 12:40 Send private message

Ain't competition grand :-)




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Old3eyes

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  Reply # 678824 29-Aug-2012 16:15 Send private message

Data offerings are a bit skimpy. Still pays to go with Telecom's $19/month deal to get the 500mb.




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  Reply # 678827 29-Aug-2012 16:20 Send private message

Depends on your usage. For someone like me that doesn't use voice or text much, ~$16/month would get me 800 MB. It's a pity that I'm still in contract with Telecom :(

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  Reply # 678829 29-Aug-2012 16:22 Send private message

Telecom better hurry up and sort out their postpaid plans, this is getting silly...




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