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  # 254421 9-Sep-2009 17:12
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Stop what is stopping a customer from going to 2D and then coming to Vodafone?

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  # 254433 9-Sep-2009 17:19
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johnr: Stop what is stopping a customer from going to 2D and then coming to Vodafone?

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Nothing, perhaps when Vfone offer some realistic pricing on off net calling.

 
 
 
 




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  # 254435 9-Sep-2009 17:21
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I'm on 2Degrees vodafone and telecom. Got a old CDMA phone for texting and 2degrees when I go over my vodafone plan limits. My iPhone is mainly on vodafone, but I have a old 2G iPhone so I can't switch to telecom. but if telecom releases the iPhone I will leave vodafone without hesitation. Unless vodafone gets some decent iPhone plans. for $60 I think I deserve more than 200 texts and 250 mb. The free 3GB of data is nice, but that ends this month. A few hours ago I realized that my phone uses data without telling me , (even if I change the APN it still works) therefore I'm being charged a dollar a day so I will get a broadband lite plan, but on account I need to talk to someone instead of just texting and I couldn't add it on my vodafone :(

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  # 254440 9-Sep-2009 17:33
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Keep this thread on topic . . .


If v.box is anything to go by (and it sounds very very similar so far) then this exciting new thing will be quite lame . . .

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# 254442 9-Sep-2009 17:35
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tomisbetterthanu: I'm on 2Degrees vodafone and telecom. Got a old CDMA phone for texting and 2degrees when I go over my vodafone plan limits. My iPhone is mainly on vodafone, but I have a old 2G iPhone so I can't switch to telecom. but if telecom releases the iPhone I will leave vodafone without hesitation. Unless vodafone gets some decent iPhone plans. for $60 I think I deserve more than 200 texts and 250 mb. The free 3GB of data is nice, but that ends this month. A few hours ago I realized that my phone uses data without telling me , (even if I change the APN it still works) therefore I'm being charged a dollar a day so I will get a broadband lite plan, but on account I need to talk to someone instead of just texting and I couldn't add it on my vodafone :(


Are you expecting your iphone to say hey dude I am about to use some data in a robot voice?


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  # 254443 9-Sep-2009 17:37
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Was it account-only or both prepay and on-account?

(powers up last and never-used Vodafone pre-pay handset and checks, No SMS) :-(



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  # 254449 9-Sep-2009 17:41
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johnr:
tomisbetterthanu: I'm on 2Degrees vodafone and telecom. Got a old CDMA phone for texting and 2degrees when I go over my vodafone plan limits. My iPhone is mainly on vodafone, but I have a old 2G iPhone so I can't switch to telecom. but if telecom releases the iPhone I will leave vodafone without hesitation. Unless vodafone gets some decent iPhone plans. for $60 I think I deserve more than 200 texts and 250 mb. The free 3GB of data is nice, but that ends this month. A few hours ago I realized that my phone uses data without telling me , (even if I change the APN it still works) therefore I'm being charged a dollar a day so I will get a broadband lite plan, but on account I need to talk to someone instead of just texting and I couldn't add it on my vodafone :(


Are you expecting your iphone to say hey dude I am about to use some data in a robot voice?






no? 


I think it would be swell if vodafone let iPhones check emails and app store updates for free, as apple doesn't give an option to stop it :(

 
 
 
 


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  # 254451 9-Sep-2009 17:46
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tomisbetterthanu:
johnr:
tomisbetterthanu: I'm on 2Degrees vodafone and telecom. Got a old CDMA phone for texting and 2degrees when I go over my vodafone plan limits. My iPhone is mainly on vodafone, but I have a old 2G iPhone so I can't switch to telecom. but if telecom releases the iPhone I will leave vodafone without hesitation. Unless vodafone gets some decent iPhone plans. for $60 I think I deserve more than 200 texts and 250 mb. The free 3GB of data is nice, but that ends this month. A few hours ago I realized that my phone uses data without telling me , (even if I change the APN it still works) therefore I'm being charged a dollar a day so I will get a broadband lite plan, but on account I need to talk to someone instead of just texting and I couldn't add it on my vodafone :(


Are you expecting your iphone to say hey dude I am about to use some data in a robot voice?






no??


I think it would be swell if vodafone let iPhones check emails and app store updates for free, as apple doesn't give an option to stop it :(


Look around geekzone do a quick search you will see how simple it is to stop




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  # 254452 9-Sep-2009 17:50
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I've tried bossprefs or something because my phone is jailbroken and disabled edge that seems to work sometimes but somehow occasionaly my phone uses data :) I don't really mind though, Quite like having internet on my phone, even if it's only GPRS >:]

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  # 254472 9-Sep-2009 18:34
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Most likely be a plastic Frisbee, left overs from a couple of years ago. Or 1 free call to customer service per month for there best pre pay customers. lol

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  # 254539 9-Sep-2009 21:08
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andrewcnz: Most likely be a plastic Frisbee, left overs from a couple of years ago. Or 1 free call to customer service per month for there best pre pay customers. lol


+1 lol.. I wouldn't mind a plastic frisbee though, could be something that I could use to play Fetch with my cat with. Alough I do see why they put the $1 charge in place, just think the un-wanted calls from angry customers complaining about something silly like "I can't get my topup on" - "I demand more money" or the classic "How do you send a txt?" - Instead we get those customers coming into our store, some are as angry as anything, others are just wanting a quick lesson on how to send a txt, they proboarly wasted more money in Fuel driving out to us.. But it does take the load off the callcenter.

Because my cat doesn't like playing fetch, you will be the first to get my Frisbee.




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# 254710 10-Sep-2009 12:01
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andrewcnz: Most likely be a plastic Frisbee, left overs from a couple of years ago. Or 1 free call to customer service per month for there best pre pay customers. lol


I have a Vodafone toothbrush, maybe it will be another one of those.



I love to start the day the Vodafone way. ROFL

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  # 254714 10-Sep-2009 12:07
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nate:
andrewcnz: Most likely be a plastic Frisbee, left overs from a couple of years ago. Or 1 free call to customer service per month for there best pre pay customers. lol


I have a Vodafone toothbrush, maybe it will be another one of those.



I love to start the day the Vodafone way. ROFL


I will swap you the Toothbrush for the Frisbee I am about to recieve, just tried making my cat fetch a disc shaped lump of cardboard and she just fell asleep on me >.> Lazy Animals.




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  # 254738 10-Sep-2009 13:15
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Well I just got sent one of those texts as well, exactly the same as the OP. Will keep you all posted!

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  # 254754 10-Sep-2009 14:14
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paradoxsm: Was it account-only or both prepay and on-account?

(powers up last and never-used Vodafone pre-pay handset and checks, No SMS) :-(


I got it. I'm on an iPhone plan.

Didn't get one on my corporate phone, which has a higher spend.




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