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Topic # 85366 17-Jun-2011 20:23 Send private message

In reference to : http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=130257&name=DLFE-4313.pdf&p_p_id=20 


After transfering $20, any further attempts to transfer more are blocked stating that you have exceeded the daily limit.
It doesnt state a daily limit anywhere?

1) transfer between $2 and $20 worth of credit in any one transaction; and
2) transfer a maximum of $100 worth of credit in any one calendar month
Perhaps it needs to be reworded in this instance to show a limit?

Perhaps one of the 2degrees guys who frequent here can get that clarified :-)


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  Reply # 483070 20-Jun-2011 10:51 Send private message

Hi, thanks for the feedback. I'll look to get the T & C's amended.

In the FAQs (http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/me2u-all-you-need-to-know) it says -

What rules apply to credit transfers?
Me2U credit transfer amounts: Only whole dollar amount between $2 & $20 may be transferred.

Maximum Me2U credit transfer amounts. $20 a day from each account and $100 a month.

Maximum U2Me requests: 10 per month

Cheers
^POB



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 483100 20-Jun-2011 12:09 Send private message

Cheers, I thought I saw it elsewhere as well :)

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  Reply # 483163 20-Jun-2011 13:30 Send private message

That's been amended now to read -

(f) You may only:
(i) transfer between $2 and $20 worth of credit in any one transaction; and
(j) transfer a maximum of $20 worth of credit per day and $100 worth of credit in any one calendar month.

Thanks,
^POB

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