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Topic # 138030 17-Dec-2013 12:35
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Been checking out Voda and Telecom's websites.  It's not that clearly laid out.  Can someone confirm my understanding - with Vodafone the 4G is only available from prepay if one adds the 4G prepay pack so usual Prepay Smart isn't 4G enabled?  With Telecom does the basic prepay have 4G?  Have 2Degrees commented about 4G for the future? 


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  Reply # 953679 17-Dec-2013 12:39
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For Vodafone NZ prepay customers to get access to the 4G / LTE network they have to have active ' Prepay4G_19 ' and of course have a 4G handset and be using the correct APN ' vodafone '

This is covered on this page on the main Vodafone NZ site

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-4g/

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  Reply # 953815 17-Dec-2013 16:13
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All the plans listed on this page are 4G available ... URL: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobile/plansandpricing/




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