You can check out their Specials & Promos section
You can check out their Snowboard Promo and enter the draw to go to the Burton Open in Queenstown http://www.vodafone.co.nz/promos/snow-2006/snow.jsp ...it's just a shame the Burton Open was on the 3-5th August.
You can get a Sweet 3G deal http://www.vodafone.co.nz/promos/sweetdeal/sweetdeal.jsp ... it's just a shame the deals all finished on the 31st July.
Now that you've got over that how about a Plan?
Being on a plan you can get some great value including
It's just a shame that if you want these features you can only go on Motormouth. Unfortunately You Choose & Base plans don't offer no-term contracts, Base plans let you change plans for free but You Choose will only let you upgrade for free. Both have termination fees if you want to cancel your contract and included TXTs and PXTs are
Now that you've decided on Motormouth lets look at the pdf http://www.vodafone.co.nz/pricing_plans/pdfs_pricingplans/motormouth.pdf
Wow, SMS to Vodafone OZ customers is only 20c. It's just a shame that if you're on Motormouth Prepay Vodafone will actually charge you 30c. And double wow, PXT to Vodafone OZ customers is only 20c. It's just a shame that if you're on Motormouth Vodafone will actually charge you 50c.
Come on Vodafone - you're a huge company! Maintaining an accurate website is important these days. How about doing some work on your website and fixing up the rubbish on it?
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Comment by paradoxsm, on 8-Sep-2006 09:59
Anyone seen the telecom or almost any other large corporations website recently? They are always informationless wastes of time.
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