richms:I like this comment. Is very much true. Still, not enough to weight it heavily in the pre-paid customers' favour. Not even close. But still, does add a little more to their case for better treatment.... (or at the very least, not be given dreadful and outrageous treatment)
Those are both the wrong way around.
Its as if you had to pay the store a huge amount upfront which would then allow you to take the apple anytime over the next year, vs them trusting you enough to pay for all the apples you ate in that month at the end of the month.
When you top up your prepay you dont even become an unsecured creditor, you are just giving them money in the hope that they are still there when it comes time to use the services. If anything prepay should get a better deal since its no risk to vodafone and all risk to the customer.