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Topic # 96660 1-Feb-2012 17:02
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Hey guys,

Just posting this on the off chance anyone has a spare vodafone sim kicking around, it either needs to be new or activated with a current number so I can port my telecom number over.

I'm too cheap to buy a $20 + brand new sim because I won't get any benefit from the bonus credit or offers that come with it anyway. 

Hoping to sort one out before tonight so I can pay tonight and hopfully get it by Friday if I pay for a courier or fastpost?

If anyone cam help me PM or post here,

Cheers

Alex  

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  Reply # 575991 1-Feb-2012 17:07
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I take it you want to port to prepay?

So you will require a active prepay number

What part of NZ are you in?



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  Reply # 575997 1-Feb-2012 17:10
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johnr: I take it you want to port to prepay?

So you will require a active prepay number

What part of NZ are you in?


Yes porting to prepaid, I said something about it needing to be activated if not new but could have been a little more specific, i'm in the Waikato (South of Hamilton), Moving back to Wellington on Saturday.  

Thanks 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 576025 1-Feb-2012 18:44
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Look on trademe for a active Prepay SIM in the Waikato region that is pickup

John



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  Reply # 576039 1-Feb-2012 19:23
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There are no buy now auctions closing in the Waikato close by. One auction closing tomorrow morning I will keep an eye on. If all else fails I'll just buy one.



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  Reply # 576058 1-Feb-2012 20:26
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Sorted, got one on TM for $12 including fastpost and getting it sent to Wellington.

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  Reply # 576072 1-Feb-2012 21:01
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Here is some INFO on how to Port onto Vodafone Prepay

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/porting/switch-to-prepay.jsp

Any issues or need a hand let me know

John

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