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Topic # 45134 30-Oct-2009 21:52 Send private message

Yes minutes, not nominated numbers. Doesn't have to be all networks, same network would be great.

I'm assuming only Telecom, Vodafone and possibly TelstraClear could offer this?




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  Reply # 268687 30-Oct-2009 22:03 Send private message

Orcon offers 100 minutes to mobile for $10/month.

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  Reply # 268688 30-Oct-2009 22:05 Send private message

http://www.nzconnection.net/Telephone_Plan_and_Pricing_Comparisons:_Capped_Calling_plans

TelstraClear do their yak pak addons. Plus there are others on there also.

How much were you looking to spend, either per month for x minutes, or price per minute.

 

 





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  Reply # 268908 31-Oct-2009 23:08 Send private message

bonkiebonks: Orcon offers 100 minutes to mobile for $10/month.


Couldn't find that one, got a link? (if not too many strings then this would be the best available for my needs)


rscole86:  http://www.nzconnection.net/Telephone_Plan_and_Pricing_Comparisons:_Capped_Calling_plans

TelstraClear do their yak pak addons. Plus there are others on there also.

How much were you looking to spend, either per month for x minutes, or price per minute.


Ta, wasn't aware of that page. It looks like WorldXChange SuperCap Mobile can't be taken up without also signing to a base SuperCap plan. So TelstraClear are the only game in town

Median 60 min/mth of calls to mobiles but with occasional spikes. Not a crisis situation, just tweaking :)




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  Reply # 268915 31-Oct-2009 23:37 Send private message

Not quite what you after, but on Anytime and Total Home plans Telecom cap the price of calls to Telecom Mobiles for up to 2 hours between $2.50 and $2 depending on your plan.

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