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Topic # 72173 22-Nov-2010 10:40
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Just got this SMS from Vodafone:

"You love to talk, & now you can to ANY NZ network, at ANY time with our new TALK100 Add-on 4 $35 p/mth 4 up to 100mins. 2buy now Reply 'Yes' or 4info call 454"

$35 for 100 minutes? Talk200 was great. $12 per month. But 100 minutes for $35? What a rip off....

 





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  Reply # 407567 22-Nov-2010 10:46
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35 cents a minute an't too bad for Vodafone, nothing compared to 2degrees though is it. Nothing exciting or new about this offer, nor anything to encourage one to stay with Vodafone. Agreed, rip off.

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  Reply # 407571 22-Nov-2010 10:52
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Do note that it's now 100 minutes to any New Zealand Mobile or Landline.

The previous one was only to Vodafone Mobiles and New Zealand Landlines - which some weren't too happy about...




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  Reply # 407591 22-Nov-2010 11:17

Glad to see the above poster is inactive... The new pack is to everyone not just VF. Great to see the competition is working!

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  Reply # 407603 22-Nov-2010 11:29
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Also mixed with topup bonus the minutes will go further

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/plans/prepay/top-up-bonus.jsp

Please note topup bonus minutes are Vodafone NZ to Vodafone NZ mobiles and all landline numbers in New Zealand any provider.

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