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Topic # 104378 17-Jun-2012 12:01 Send private message

I have been using my new Nokia E5 for almost a month now and I really like it. I find I'm using more data than before, and while 100MB was good on my old Nokia, this phone has a much larger screen and I can use it with much more functionality.

I checked on Vodafone's website but the next plan up from $10/100MB seems to be $30/512MB, which is probably too much for me. Is there any mid-range plan? Say maybe 256MB for $20? Or is there a plan I don't know about?

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  Reply # 642054 17-Jun-2012 12:11 Send private message

Not that I know of, last I checked there weren't any decent data plans/prepay, compared to 2ds.
That's why I switched to 2ds ($19 for 30mins/300txtx + 300MB of data).

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  Reply # 642070 17-Jun-2012 12:57 Send private message

Do you have an 'on account' plan or are you prepay?   All Vodafones new smart plans (on account) start with at least 250MB of data included ($45pm) and you can add 1GB for $20 a month.



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  Reply # 642078 17-Jun-2012 13:16 Send private message

On-account, but my plan is one sold by The Warehouse.

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  Reply # 642335 18-Jun-2012 08:29 Send private message

Whats the name of your plan.

Check out the details when you login to Vodafone and check how you are tracking..

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  Reply # 642340 18-Jun-2012 08:34 Send private message

Maybe Prepay Smart might suit your usage






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  Reply # 642823 18-Jun-2012 21:22 Send private message

I'd prefer on-account...I like having the free minutes/data/texts. I just wish I could get more data.

The plan I'm on is called Txt n Chat Extra.

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  Reply # 642831 18-Jun-2012 21:30

See who has the best deal for $40...




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  Reply # 642836 18-Jun-2012 21:35 Send private message

quickymart: I'd prefer on-account...I like having the free minutes/data/texts. I just wish I could get more data.

The plan I'm on is called Txt n Chat Extra.


When does your Txt n Chat Extra plan finish..?

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  Reply # 642841 18-Jun-2012 21:44 Send private message

quickymart: I'd prefer on-account...I like having the free minutes/data/texts. I just wish I could get more data.

The plan I'm on is called Txt n Chat Extra.


Prepay Smart has this all included

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-smart/

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  Reply # 642871 18-Jun-2012 22:57 Send private message

ibuksh: When does your Txt n Chat Extra plan finish..?

Next month, I believe.



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  Reply # 642872 18-Jun-2012 22:58 Send private message

johnr: Prepay Smart has this all included

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-smart/

John


Not bad, thanks John, wasn't aware of this. Can I add on more minutes? The data plans look good.

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  Reply # 642873 18-Jun-2012 23:00 Send private message

All the INFO required is on the page I have linked to,

No the bundles SMS / Minutes / data are fixed per month




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  Reply # 643549 20-Jun-2012 02:28 Send private message

Dare I say it but have a look at the Skinny options as well




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  Reply # 643556 20-Jun-2012 06:09 Send private message

No thanks, I need to keep my phone on Vodafone for now.

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  Reply # 644014 20-Jun-2012 20:43 Send private message

If you don't mind a 12 month contract, you can get $5 a month off Vodafones 'On Account' Smart 45 plan.  So for $40 a month you get 100 national minutes, 2500 TXTs, 250MB of data and one Bestmate. 

You can add more minutes if you want (if you go thru a lot of minutes to one number then use that as your Bestmate!) and data can be had at $12 for 500MB (option given thru 'Data Angel') or add-on 1GB for $20 a month.

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