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# 245408 2-Feb-2019 09:35
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Hello.

 

Couple of days ago I received a text asking if I wanted 10GB free to use for the Socialiser apps. I read the T+C and couldn't see anything about a charge after the free period ends, which is 6 months. So is Spark really giving me 10GB for free or am I missing something? Am I going to get pinged in 6 months?

 

I understand that the data can only be used on certain apps.

 

Thanks.


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  # 2171713 2-Feb-2019 10:23
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It’s free, no catches. I’ve got it too and a few others I know have it too.

It’s advertised on their website so as far as I know it’s available to anyone on an eligible Spark plan.

https://www.spark.co.nz/getsocial/




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  # 2172082 3-Feb-2019 09:09
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Thanks. Guess I'll register then. I went by the old saying "If it sounds too good to be true..."


 
 
 
 


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