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Topic # 107639 15-Aug-2012 14:42
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Tried searching for something similar on this thread but could not find the answer i am looking for.

When I was on 2degrees, I can set my spending limit to certain value per month. This is very good especially when roaming. Anyone knows if Vodafone offers similar feature. I thought I read somewhere that this can be done.





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  Reply # 672881 15-Aug-2012 15:18
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Yes you can.  Just call them up.

Increasing it later is almost impossible, however, just keep that in mind.



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  Reply # 673033 15-Aug-2012 21:10
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ubergeeknz: Yes you can.  Just call them up.

Increasing it later is almost impossible, however, just keep that in mind.


oh.. i wish they implement the same system as 2degrees!





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 673034 15-Aug-2012 21:12
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Roaming charges can be delayed and in this case the credit limit is void,

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  Reply # 673037 15-Aug-2012 21:18
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Scroll down to O for On Account and R for Roaming

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/about/legal-stuff/index.jsp




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  Reply # 673038 15-Aug-2012 21:20
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johnr: Roaming charges can be delayed and in this case the credit limit is void,


oh well, if the charge is too much, i will go to tv/news and vodafone will surely discount the bill Tongue Out







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  Reply # 673041 15-Aug-2012 21:24
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Good idea is to check un-billed Balance by sending BAL to 777 and if you have a Smart phone make sure mobile data is disabled in the menu of the handset unless you need mobile data at the time

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/roaming/index.jsp

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nakedmolerat:oh well, if the charge is too much, i will go to tv/news and vodafone will surely discount the bill Tongue Out


Really? REALLY!? Undecided

fyi I used to work for a television company, and if you approached them about this they'd be laughing :P




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  Reply # 673334 16-Aug-2012 15:07
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Asrafrate:
nakedmolerat:oh well, if the charge is too much, i will go to tv/news and vodafone will surely discount the bill Tongue Out


Really? REALLY!? Undecided

fyi I used to work for a television company, and if you approached them about this they'd be laughing :P


i am not sure where do you work. over the past few years, those that have been billed for thousand of dollars always end up on the 'news'. vodafone/telecom will usually offer to discount part of it as a goodwill.

most recent example HERE





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