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Topic # 114281 14-Feb-2013 14:51 Send private message

Does anyone know if Vodafone still offers the $10 or $20 add on to add a data device (Ipad) to a current account.

i.e. I have my mobile on account, if I add the Ipad to the same account the give me a sim card for that device and it is billed directly to the account?

I am finding it hard to explain, but I know it was available before xmas, I am pretty sure it was $10 to get 1gb.




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  Reply # 762370 14-Feb-2013 14:56 Send private message

Yep! Info is here.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/internet/tablets/#tablet_2
Recommend getting it online as the Online Shop know their stuff :)



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  Reply # 762372 14-Feb-2013 15:06 Send private message

legend!




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  Reply # 762373 14-Feb-2013 15:06 Send private message

legend!




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