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Topic # 80775 4-Apr-2011 15:19
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Just seen this on website, $19 for 30 mins talk, 2000 texts and 50Mb data, answers a lot of the calls for a low usage monthly plan

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  Reply # 455161 4-Apr-2011 16:49
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it would be really interesting to see consumer or a geekzoner do a cost comparison between networks with all the new plans on the market now. the last ones i remember being done were for the last iPhone launch and working out who had the best plans for iPhone.




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  Reply # 455164 4-Apr-2011 16:51
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Just saw it too
seems good
The package value is equivalent to a monthly $20 top up for me I would say,
but the package is a really good deal for people with smart phones and txt alot.




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  Reply # 455165 4-Apr-2011 16:52
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That is a wicked plan, will likely shift over from my standard $10 text package which is probably just what the marketers want :P

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  Reply # 455166 4-Apr-2011 16:52
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very value if you already buy the txts and data already.

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  Reply # 455172 4-Apr-2011 17:11
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That is astonishingly good value. I would almost save money paying the early termination fees on my Vodafone account.

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  Reply # 455175 4-Apr-2011 17:18
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It's getting harder and harder to say no to 2Degrees! Just wish my friends would make the shift so that they won't have to pay extra to text a 2Degrees number.

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  Reply # 455177 4-Apr-2011 17:20
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Does anyone know what the 2 Degrees 3G coverage is like in Christchurch at the moment. I haven't been able to access the Vodafone 3G network since the earthquake. This is a seriously good deal....

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  Reply # 455179 4-Apr-2011 17:22
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2degrees 3g is all good




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  Reply # 455195 4-Apr-2011 17:43
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heavenlywild: It's getting harder and harder to say no to 2Degrees! Just wish my friends would make the shift so that they won't have to pay extra to text a 2Degrees number.


why would they have to pay extra?  XT and Voda both have anynet txt bundles that give you 2500 txts for $12. 

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  Reply # 455198 4-Apr-2011 17:51
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Damnit, that looks even better value to me than the $29 pay monthly....might have to switch




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  Reply # 455203 4-Apr-2011 18:03
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$360 to break out of our 2 contracts but we would save $400 by switching to this plan.

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  Reply # 455209 4-Apr-2011 18:18
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heavenlywild: It's getting harder and harder to say no to 2Degrees! Just wish my friends would make the shift so that they won't have to pay extra to text a 2Degrees number.


Get them on the inter-network plans that VF have now. 




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  Reply # 455272 4-Apr-2011 20:16
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mattRSK: Does anyone know what the 2 Degrees 3G coverage is like in Christchurch at the moment. I haven't been able to access the Vodafone 3G network since the earthquake. This is a seriously good deal....


Is your area in christchurch listed here:

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/7333-canterbury-earthquake-network-status/

If your area is not listed you should contact vodafone to report a loss on 3g in your street. If they don't know they can't fix it. 

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  Reply # 455286 4-Apr-2011 20:32
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mattRSK: Does anyone know what the 2 Degrees 3G coverage is like in Christchurch at the moment. I haven't been able to access the Vodafone 3G network since the earthquake. This is a seriously good deal....


Is your area in christchurch listed here:

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/7333-canterbury-earthquake-network-status/

If your area is not listed you should contact vodafone to report a loss on 3g in your street. If they don't know they can't fix it. 



I will let them know. I'm not worried about it however clearly there is a lot of infrastructure damage. 

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  Reply # 455290 4-Apr-2011 20:39
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If this plan was on Vodafone NZ they would promote it with a T-shirt printed with the words:

"I gave another mobile operator in NZ $432.70 and all I got was what was in the $19 Prepay Combo Pack!"

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