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  # 2051224 7-Jul-2018 20:06
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Skinny Plans

28 days Monthly

$9 259 MB. $9.75 271 MB
$16 1.25 GB. $17.33. 1.35 MB
$36. 4.5 GB. $39.00 4.87 MB
$46. 12 GB. $49.83. 13.0 MB
$66 30 GB. $71.5. 32.5 MB

Using a combination of the $66 and $16 plans over 1 year, 365/28=13

$19.85. 3.46 GB ($66+$16x12) $21.50. 3.75 GB
$23.69 5.67 GB ($66x2+$16x11) $25.67 6.15 GB
$27.54. 7.88 GB. ($66x3+$16x10) $29.83 8.54 GB
$31.38 10.10 GB. ($66x4+$16x9). $34.00 10.94 GB
$35.23 12.31 GB ($66x5+$16x8) $38.17 13.33 GB
$39.08. 14.52 GB. ($66x6+$16x7) $42.33 15.73 GB
$42.92 16.73 GB. ($66x7+$16x6) $46.50. 18.13 GB
$46.77. 18.94 GB. ($66x8+$16x5). $50.67. 20.52 GB
$50.62 21.15 GB. ($66x9+$16x4). $54.83 22.92 GB

Copy of the relevant paragraph from the Skinny T&G that makes the above possible.

Rollover Data
Rollover Data only applies to the included data on the $16, $26, $36, $46 and $66 Prepaid Plans. Data in any Add-On with one of these Prepaid Plans does not rollover. If you have any unused included data on your Prepaid Plan renewal date, it will rollover provided your Prepaid Plan auto-renews. If you move to another eligible Prepaid Plan your Rollover Data remains valid. However, if you move to a non-eligible Prepaid Plan, or if your eligible Prepaid Plan failed to renew at the end of its cycle, your Rollover Data will be frozen. You can continue using your Rollover Data if you activate an eligible Prepaid Plan. You can keep and use any Rollover Data for 12 months from the date of original purchase. Rollover Data on the $16, $26, $36, $46 and $66 Prepaid Plans is for data usage in NZ only.

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  # 2051230 7-Jul-2018 20:51
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The editor deleted all the spaces, hope this is better.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2051273 8-Jul-2018 02:46
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I have over 2000 minutes. i’m Guessing if go to higher plan with unlimited minutes, and then go down to $16, I’ll start from 200 minutes again, though some nice data options by moving between plans.

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  # 2051358 8-Jul-2018 10:57
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Your roll over minutes just get put on hold while you have unlimited minutes. They revert as soon as you go back to the limited plan.


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  # 2051438 8-Jul-2018 13:32
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Your rollover minutes expire 12mths and 28 days after you buy the plan. So if you bought 200 in Jul, then moved to unlimited for Aug then came back to a rollover plan in September, the remainder from your jul plan will be unfrozen and ready to be used up.

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  # 2051613 8-Jul-2018 17:59
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Thanks, good to know not lost if temporary do unlimited.

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