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# 98939 9-Mar-2012 09:07
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There was a discussion (which for some reason is now locked) about an On Account Smart 25 plan. (see http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=96834).

What is not clear in this discussion is if Kewefella's wife was a Warehouse customer or if this plan is avalilable to all vodafone customers if they ring up and request this plan.

Can anyone advise if I (non - warehouse customer) can secure this plan?



[Mod Edit :BH: Changed the subject to clear any confusion]



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  # 592663 9-Mar-2012 09:37
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Hi Allan

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/electronics/phones/txtnchat

Anyone can walk into the ware house and sign up for the plans,

John



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  # 592735 9-Mar-2012 12:17
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Thanks John!





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  # 592750 9-Mar-2012 12:47
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Just so you know, none if The Warehouse plans are called "Smart Plans" So the title of this thread may have mislead customers to think Vodafone released a $25 Smart plan for On Account.

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  # 596685 18-Mar-2012 09:16
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Just to clarify, my wife did not go to the warehouse for this plan, she rang a vodafone CSR and was able to do it over the phone.

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  # 596686 18-Mar-2012 09:33
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kewefella: Just to clarify, my wife did not go to the warehouse for this plan, she rang a vodafone CSR and was able to do it over the phone.


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