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Topic # 92939 9-Nov-2011 15:39
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Just occurred to me that it has been just over 12 months since 2degrees launched their pay monthly plans with carryover minutes.

So the first sets of carryover minutes from the first few months will be expiring around now if you signed up in October/November lats year.

Thought it might be interesting to see who here has a balance of minutes, how much is it, and how do you plan to use them up before they expire?

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  Reply # 543191 9-Nov-2011 15:58

I don't think anyone will have carry over minutes... Imo most people will aim to use their bonus minutes.

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  Reply # 543466 10-Nov-2011 08:56
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I just checked my account, I have 316 carry over minutes, and now I get 100 bonus minutes every month no matter what plan i'm on. I switched from the $39 to the $29 plan, so there's $120 a year that i'm not wasting :)




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