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Topic # 56121 12-Jan-2010 19:22 Send private message


Looks like Telecom XT have dropped all the XT data plans except for a 2GB and 4GB plan. The plans came in over Christmas (??)

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobilebroadband/plansandpricing/monthly

Mobile Broadband 2GB      $49.95 on a 24 month term      $59.95     
Mobile Broadband 4GB     $69.95 on a 24 month term     $79.95   

get an extra 4GB FREE when you sign up to a 4GB plan on a 24 month term. Offer expires 31/01/2010.

Looks like a good deal, 8GB of data month for $69.95/month with a free T-STICK to boot :-)

I was on the 1GB plan on my iPhone, but it looks like I can get the 2GB plan for the same price. W00t!




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  Reply # 289399 12-Jan-2010 20:01 Send private message

Would be nice if Telecom returned the option to use those 2 plans on prepay

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  Reply # 289418 12-Jan-2010 20:49 Send private message

Time to change my plan. I am on a 1GB plan (no contract) at $54.90/month so it makes sense to pay $5 more and get 2GB.

On my personal number I have a 500MB plan - I guess I won't be replacing that one though...




 

 



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  Reply # 289503 13-Jan-2010 07:17

good to see telecom making the most of the $$$ they spent building the new network.

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  Reply # 289629 13-Jan-2010 13:49 Send private message

exportgoldman:
Looks like Telecom XT have dropped all the XT data plans except for a 2GB and 4GB plan. The plans came in over Christmas (??)


Plans came around 2 months back.

A few people missed the flexibility of putting any Mobile Broadband plan on Prepaid (only Data Extras and Mobile Broadband 500MB), but other than that most people benefit from the change.




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