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Topic # 92127 27-Oct-2011 11:00
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Just checked my usage meter and my cap has gone up to 60gb.

Checked on the Vodafone website, which now says Ultimate is 60GB

THANKS VODAFONE! Made my day :)

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  Reply # 538088 27-Oct-2011 11:17
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Yes the usage meter is correct :)

Enjoy

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  Reply # 538090 27-Oct-2011 11:21
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Wills1: Just checked my usage meter and my cap has gone up to 60gb.

Checked on the Vodafone website, which now says Ultimate is 60GB

THANKS VODAFONE! Made my day :)


Yep, me too.

Also, double your data to 120GB for an extra $30. So 120GB for $95 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 538091 27-Oct-2011 11:21
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Nice. Good to see data caps are moving in the right direction




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  Reply # 538101 27-Oct-2011 11:46
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Damn now got to find more stuff to download!! :D

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  Reply # 538118 27-Oct-2011 12:29
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You beauty, was starting to look around but am going to stay now!!!! 
Good on you vodafone. 

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  Reply # 538120 27-Oct-2011 12:33
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ooooo. might change now and get the MySky discount.

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  Reply # 538123 27-Oct-2011 12:38
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Thanks VF, that's the perfect data cap imo. And being able to double to 120 is epic!




 

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  Reply # 538134 27-Oct-2011 13:01
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Changing mobile and home/BBC to vfnz has been a total win for me, 60gb at home and 3gb mobile is awesome not to forget the free mysky upgrade chucked in as well

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  Reply # 538135 27-Oct-2011 13:04
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+1. Thanks Vodafone!

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  Reply # 538198 27-Oct-2011 15:46
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Glad you like the change thanks for the feedback

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  Reply # 538200 27-Oct-2011 15:54
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Good job VF. Would be nice, if VF looked at upgrading datacaps for business customers as well for DSL. In comparison, a landline with 60GB costs $100 for a home customer. $80+ GST gets you 50GB excluding a landline for a business customer.




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  Reply # 538251 27-Oct-2011 17:55
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good to see the new caps :) now all i wish vodafone would do is follow other isps and get a zero rated steam content server or two :D ... or even find some deal to share someone elses servers (orcons maybe.. they seem to always be happy to dish out anything on steam) that we could get zero rated

we know vodafone can make zero rating possible, look at isky :)

anyway.. the extra 15GB will help :) 2GB/day now ... and plenty of data there for those days when someone just downloads 15GB games -.-




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  Reply # 538279 27-Oct-2011 19:29
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Yay I just noticed this on my account too! Thanks Vodafone, made my day :)

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  Reply # 538464 28-Oct-2011 06:24
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An early xmas present! Nice one vodafone really good.

Helps customers get the most of their broad band line!

Cheers




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  Reply # 538536 28-Oct-2011 09:33
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Noticed it this morning too. Got 60GB now! So happy!!! Thanks Vodafone, you just made my day.. :)

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