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Topic # 103142 31-May-2012 09:31 Send private message

A step in the rite direction.  Now need to drop the  casual SMS price down as well..  Not quite sure why you need to change from normal Prepay to smart prepay  to get these new rates for.  

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobile/plansandpricing/smartprepaid




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  Reply # 633203 31-May-2012 10:51 Send private message

reading the XT prepaid page
have to give up on best mates to be able to use the 44c rate
if you want best mates then it is still 69c

it is more like vodafone now,
smart prepaid 49c & 12c txt
supa prepay 89c & 20c txt + best mate add on




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  Reply # 633208 31-May-2012 10:54 Send private message

Overage for postpaid is still 79c/minute.

 

 



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  Reply # 633221 31-May-2012 11:02 Send private message

Nice change Vodafone made to Prepay Smart was now it can be a Vodafone Family member as of about 3 weeks ago,

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/phones-plans/add-ons/family/

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  Reply # 634647 2-Jun-2012 14:51 Send private message

Two questions:
1) can you change back should you ever want my favourites?
2) Will this affect any existing plans or addons aside from dropping the rate and losing my favourites? ie, i'm on Smartphone Double 480mb which has been extended several times (cheers telecom), and i don't want to lose this.

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  Reply # 634889 3-Jun-2012 08:53 Send private message

Does the 44c/minute include calls to landlines?

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  Reply # 634890 3-Jun-2012 08:55 Send private message

Yes, to any NZ network.

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  Reply # 634899 3-Jun-2012 09:20

jamesweather: Does the 44c/minute include calls to landlines?

what an amazing question.

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Reply # 634929 3-Jun-2012 10:28 Send private message

jamesweather: Does the 44c/minute include calls to landlines?


Awesome

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  Reply # 635088 3-Jun-2012 16:31 Send private message

Just making sure, it could be read as "calls to all mobile networks only". Normally, landlines are specified.

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  Reply # 635186 3-Jun-2012 20:09 Send private message

Yes you can change back to Pay As You Go if needed

No it will not effect any of your bolt on's, current or grandfathered. (exception My Favorites)

My Favorites is not compatible with the new Smart Prepaid plan


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  Reply # 640173 13-Jun-2012 12:39 Send private message

eXDee: Two questions:
1) can you change back should you ever want my favourites?
2) Will this affect any existing plans or addons aside from dropping the rate and losing my favourites? ie, i'm on Smartphone Double 480mb which has been extended several times (cheers telecom), and i don't want to lose this.


eXDee, did you make the change? Can you confirm it did not affect you grandfathered Smartphone Plan? I'm on the smartphone 1G which I have no intention of losing.

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