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Topic # 111193 26-Oct-2012 20:03 Send private message

I rang up Vodafone and they said they are releasing a new plan in about 3 weeks, they said they can't match Telecoms 500GB plan so idk lol this is like a 50/50 chance in my knowledge. So what do you think it would be?

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  Reply # 707153 26-Oct-2012 20:09 Send private message

what is it that you are trying to say? Or are you just wanting people to speculate on what this new plan might entail???

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  Reply # 707171 26-Oct-2012 20:58 Send private message

You join to post that?




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  Reply # 707240 26-Oct-2012 23:44 Send private message

no I joined years ago. did you join just to ask me if I joined to post that?

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  Reply # 707244 27-Oct-2012 00:00 Send private message

BrowneAction: no I joined years ago. did you join just to ask me if I joined to post that?


Think about it. The OP has 1 post, hence just joined. John is a respected long time poster, no he hasn't just joined, as his 11k profile shows. He was replying to the OP. (OP means original poster) 

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  Reply # 707245 27-Oct-2012 00:01 Send private message

BrowneAction: no I joined years ago. did you join just to ask me if I joined to post that?


i think johnr meant that to OP (this is his first post)





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  Reply # 707246 27-Oct-2012 00:02 Send private message

A case of too little too late, I would be actually surprised if anyone is actually still with Vodafone when they have been out of the competition for over 6 months now. If you are still with Vodafone you are either stuck in a contract or a very loyal customer. Other ISP's have been offering twice the data or more for the same or less cost.

Anyways last time Vodafone announced their so called "major" plans, they increased the data limits by only 20gigs while other ISP's were increasing by huge margins.

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  Reply # 707280 27-Oct-2012 06:44 Send private message

NZGamingIcon: A case of too little too late, I would be actually surprised if anyone is actually still with Vodafone when they have been out of the competition for over 6 months now. If you are still with Vodafone you are either stuck in a contract or a very loyal customer. Other ISP's have been offering twice the data or more for the same or less cost.

Anyways last time Vodafone announced their so called "major" plans, they increased the data limits by only 20gigs while other ISP's were increasing by huge margins.


This shows carriers know the market better than general end users and we have very good growth in the fix line space

Not every customer needs 100s of Gigs per month in fact very few when you check out the average usage figures




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  Reply # 707311 27-Oct-2012 09:16 Send private message

Actually I am a vodafone customer. Fixed and mobile, and I love them.

I have found the customer service to be excellent the speeds great. They have a very loyal customer from me.

I have had cause to ring Telecom over the years for friends and I wish I could say the same about them.

No I dont have a 500Gb limit per month but I dont need it.

My 0.02c worth

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  Reply # 707437 27-Oct-2012 12:59 Send private message

NZGamingIcon: A case of too little too late, I would be actually surprised if anyone is actually still with Vodafone when they have been out of the competition for over 6 months now. If you are still with Vodafone you are either stuck in a contract or a very loyal customer. Other ISP's have been offering twice the data or more for the same or less cost.

Anyways last time Vodafone announced their so called "major" plans, they increased the data limits by only 20gigs while other ISP's were increasing by huge margins.


I'm still with Vodafone. :) Telecom can't match Vodafone. All Vodafone Call Centres are in New Zealand so you don't have fobs on the other line.

For $85 a month I get 160GB, Free MySKY, Unlimited iSKY, Free Calling to a Mobile, Homeline and SKY all in one bill. No ISP matches what I get from Vodafone at the moment..

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  Reply # 707544 27-Oct-2012 18:01 Send private message

Another Vodafone customer here. Great products and service.

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  Reply # 707546 27-Oct-2012 18:11 Send private message

been a fixed line/broadband and mobile customer everything seems to work pretty well.....but when there is a problem it does seem to be quite a chore to actually achive a result

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  Reply # 707600 27-Oct-2012 20:28 Send private message

Still with Vodafone, even though us Naked DSL users were overlooked with the 20GB upgrade. The service is usually good so don't really want to move.


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  Reply # 707660 27-Oct-2012 22:51 Send private message

johnr:
NZGamingIcon: A case of too little too late, I would be actually surprised if anyone is actually still with Vodafone when they have been out of the competition for over 6 months now. If you are still with Vodafone you are either stuck in a contract or a very loyal customer. Other ISP's have been offering twice the data or more for the same or less cost.

Anyways last time Vodafone announced their so called "major" plans, they increased the data limits by only 20gigs while other ISP's were increasing by huge margins.


This shows carriers know the market better than general end users and we have very good growth in the fix line space

Not every customer needs 100s of Gigs per month in fact very few when you check out the average usage figures


Yeah, but the highest paying are the people who use the most bandwidth, I was paying $141 a month while I was on Ultimate, Also your post suggests that Vodafone don't give a damn about their high usage customers.

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NZGamingIcon: A case of too little too late, I would be actually surprised if anyone is actually still with Vodafone when they have been out of the competition for over 6 months now. If you are still with Vodafone you are either stuck in a contract or a very loyal customer. Other ISP's have been offering twice the data or more for the same or less cost.

Anyways last time Vodafone announced their so called "major" plans, they increased the data limits by only 20gigs while other ISP's were increasing by huge margins.


I'm still with Vodafone. :) Telecom can't match Vodafone. All Vodafone Call Centres are in New Zealand so you don't have fobs on the other line.

For $85 a month I get 160GB, Free MySKY, Unlimited iSKY, Free Calling to a Mobile, Homeline and SKY all in one bill. No ISP matches what I get from Vodafone at the moment..


Nice deal, even though I was with them for many many years the best deal they could give me is $15 double data a month instead of $30, so I would be paying around $126 a month which is far too much anyways. You must be close friends or related to the Vodafone CEO or something to get half price like that :D

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  Reply # 707809 28-Oct-2012 11:13 Send private message

I also got for $85 - 160GB(free double data) + 5 best mates + free national calling + a modem + $15 discount of MYSKYHDi, all I had to do was sign up for a year and I will also get any increases as it is free double data.

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  Reply # 707820 28-Oct-2012 11:39 Send private message

People I know left back when they were refusing to remove interleaving. A coulple of non high users are with them for the free mysky deal.




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