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Topic # 68705 26-Sep-2010 19:30
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I have been given a phone through work, what information do I need to go with the naked dsl plan? Currently I only have the phone number.

We don't get given access to the account details.

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  Reply # 384643 26-Sep-2010 20:09
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I read your subject as "Naked on my work cellphone".  My response was going to be, just delete the photos off Tongue out



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  Reply # 384645 26-Sep-2010 20:09
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Haha, maybe a mod should change it then haha :)

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  Reply # 385132 27-Sep-2010 19:49
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All you need to do is provide your phone number - you'll then be sent a confirmation txt code you'll need to validate.

Prepay, mobile broadband, data, TXT only and Free2Call plans are not eligible for the discounted naked broadband price.



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  Reply # 385411 28-Sep-2010 12:33
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Thanks :) Going to take the plunge then, heres hoping I dont get plagued by latency issues with WoW :(

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  Reply # 385429 28-Sep-2010 13:13
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Hi Lurch,

I believe all issues are now resolved, there has been a continued effort to improve the network performance for gamers.

I have continually noticed the improvements, and im loving it :)




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  Reply # 385469 28-Sep-2010 14:00
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Good to hear, as I've had my Cellphone with Vodafone for sometime now, signed up back in the day with Bell South and have had no issues with that.

Just need to keep the other half happy as she plays alot of WoW. :)




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  Reply # 385475 28-Sep-2010 14:16
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Well for me the Network issues + new baby gave me the cause to finally break the habit! i've now been WOW free for 2 months!!




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  Reply # 385504 28-Sep-2010 15:29
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Has been two years since I last played, although I kinda lost interest when BC came along. My better half still hacks away at me trying to get me to play again. But like you, work, baby, real life has been getting in the way :)

Congrats on the baby, loads of hard work but well worth it. :)

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  Reply # 385508 28-Sep-2010 15:37
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Haha yep, they are totally worth the effort, I still get to have an hour here or there to play other games, which again work fine, do you know what your net speeds will look like?




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  Reply # 385546 28-Sep-2010 16:30
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Not sure, last time I checked was around 10000Kbps down and 800Kbps, thats on Telecom gear. When I was on the Orcon+ network was 15000Kbps.

Should be in the Vodafone red network, Being on the Forrest Hill exchange?

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  Reply # 387117 2-Oct-2010 13:32
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I have a question with which relates to Naked DSL and work phones... I'm on prepay but my boss has a company-paid On Account plan. Could I use his phone to receive the activation?

I assume this isn't the intention but it sounds like there is nothing stopping people doing this?





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  Reply # 387288 3-Oct-2010 08:37
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brad_p: I have a question with which relates to Naked DSL and work phones... I'm on prepay but my boss has a company-paid On Account plan. Could I use his phone to receive the activation?

I assume this isn't the intention but it sounds like there is nothing stopping people doing this?


Brad you are correct you can use your employers number to get the discount.

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