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# 119595 7-Jun-2013 08:18
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From 2d website:

"Carryover Plans are the only Mobile Plans in NZ that include calls and texts to mobiles and landlines in NZ and Aussie

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans


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  # 831976 7-Jun-2013 08:44
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Does that include texts to Aussie from Aussie?

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  # 831979 7-Jun-2013 08:47
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If you mean roaming usage whilst in Australia, that is not covered. It includes voice and text sent from NZ to Australia, whilst you are in NZ.




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  # 831984 7-Jun-2013 08:51
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SaltyNZ: If you mean roaming usage whilst in Australia, that is not covered. It includes voice and text sent from NZ to Australia, whilst you are in NZ.


Had a look at the website. Here the rates, so not really ideal for somebody that roams a lot.


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  # 831985 7-Jun-2013 09:00
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Also includes Prepay - Woohoo - good work 2degrees!

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  # 832018 7-Jun-2013 09:41
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thats a damn good deal.
I hope they have done the math properly on interconnect rates to Australian mobiles. wouldn't want Telstra to start a 'call me race'

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  # 832023 7-Jun-2013 09:45
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Thats a good deal 2 Degrees, well done.

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  # 832110 7-Jun-2013 10:30
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Good deal, nice one 2 degrees. Another reason to stay 2D.

 
 
 
 


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  # 832204 7-Jun-2013 11:48
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Now how about free voicemail calls? Would be a minor but pretty sweet addition

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  # 832225 7-Jun-2013 12:03
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Loving this as I can now call my sister in Aussie more! I moved for the carry over data & minutes but this just keeps getting better.




 

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  # 832265 7-Jun-2013 12:41
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Bloody good deal. Wow!!!!

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  # 832274 7-Jun-2013 13:03
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss: Now how about free voicemail calls? Would be a minor but pretty sweet addition


Calls to Voicemail will deduct 1 minute from your included minutes on the Carryover Combo and Chat packs.

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay/pricing/plus/value-packs/carryover-combo 

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay/pricing/plus/value-packs/carryover-chat

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  # 832280 7-Jun-2013 13:10
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Nice move 2D. On Prepay plans next??




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  # 832285 7-Jun-2013 13:22
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2DegreesCare: 

Calls to Voicemail will deduct 1 minute from your included minutes on the Carryover Combo and Chat packs.



Would be awesome to see this on Pay Monthly as well.

Well done on the Aus calling - thanks :)

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  # 832295 7-Jun-2013 13:58
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old3eyes: Nice move 2D. On Prepay plans next??


Already there on the carryover minute combo: http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay/pricing/plus/value-packs/carryover-combo



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  # 832444 7-Jun-2013 21:04
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sweet. it also applies to the old Pay Monthly plans :)

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