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#259764 20-Oct-2019 22:46
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Hi - I have a tracker in my car (itracksafe) that has been running on the Voda 2G network. However my SIM has got cancelled as I didn't top up in the last 360 days. Fair enough. I have a new SIM card on order from Vodafone - how do i get back on to a low use data plan rather than something that costs $13 a month? Doesn't seem to be an online option to do this.

 

Many thanks.

 

Mark

 

 





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  #2341155 21-Oct-2019 06:28
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The plan is called Pay&Go and its still available

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  #2341158 21-Oct-2019 07:03
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Are you on a Vodafone Red plan for your main phone? If so you get free data share on most plans. I have from memory 5 SIM cards that all use my main data plan.

 
 
 
 


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sbiddle: Are you on a Vodafone Red plan for your main phone? If so you get free data share on most plans. I have from memory 5 SIM cards that all use my main data plan.


I don't think this is available anymore.





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  #2341188 21-Oct-2019 09:09
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nakedmolerat:
sbiddle: Are you on a Vodafone Red plan for your main phone? If so you get free data share on most plans. I have from memory 5 SIM cards that all use my main data plan.


I don't think this is available anymore.

 

It is but looks like they're wanting $10 again now https://www.vodafone.co.nz/mobile-plans/tablet-share/

 

Over the last few years they've run numerous long term promos where if you signed up the share SIM cards are free.


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