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# 198057 24-Jun-2016 09:49
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Just noticed on the Google Play store a new app for Skinny so had a look at it.  A home screen replacement by Postr that gives you either 200mb data or 75 mins calling time every 30 days for installing and using.

 

 

 

Not bad - is just some NZ Herald headlines or a Met Service page as a lock screen - not a bad deal for 200mb data.  (especially when I am only on $9 plan)


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  # 1579413 24-Jun-2016 10:01
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does it only work on the sim that is in the phone? Can you install it on spare phones that do nothing and have them generate more data to use?





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  # 1579418 24-Jun-2016 10:05
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You have to verify your phone number with a text code so assume it is only for the one phone per number, by design at least.


 
 
 
 


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This app has been out for quite a few months now, Data used by it is zero-rated (it doesn't use your allowance).

Essentially it's the same as the regular Postr app but you get Skinny Data/Mins instead.


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When the app first came out it was 200 minutes, but in latest update it reduced to 75. My guess is its been around 6 months. I rarely get any actual adverts based on my location. I've just purchased a new skinny phone (ZTE a462) with marshmallow, I haven't yet reinstalled the app as it doesn't seem I can disable factory swipe to unlock so if I downloaded the app I'd have to double unlock which would be pita.

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