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Topic # 108941 9-Sep-2012 19:19
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Hi All,

I would like to introduce myself first, I am Ramy and I work for nakedplus (also have shares in the company). 

I will do my best to answer any questions on Geekzone related to nakedplus (in a timely fashion), and also provide advise when I can. 

nakedplus is a new startup service provider, focusing on customer service & experienceing while providing products that use the internet.

We would love to hear if new mobile plans were to come out, what would YOU like?!


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  Reply # 683572 9-Sep-2012 20:45
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The popup webchat on your website is a bit creepy. "Hi I'm a real person, anything I can help you with" - was very tempted to ask them a math problem just to see ^~

Anyway, in answer to your question: the ability to alter the plan with slider bars for each component would be a major step forward in business here. For example, I set my plan at say 1000 mb a month, 200 texts a month and 30 minutes and it tells me how much it would cost, if it's a bit much I can slide the bar down to 900mb etc etc. That way you could have just the 1 plan system, and customers can set it so they can get exactly the plan that they need.

Visual voicemail and/or voicemail access included in plan costs would be epic. 

Anyway, hope that feedback helps get this discussion rolling in a way that's useful to you. Welcome to Geekzone!

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  Reply # 683574 9-Sep-2012 20:55
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Plans with data but not many text or calls.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 683581 9-Sep-2012 21:27
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CruciasNZ: The popup webchat on your website is a bit creepy. "Hi I'm a real person, anything I can help you with" - was very tempted to ask them a math problem just to see ^~


Lol. Go Ahead, test them! 

CruciasNZ: Anyway, in answer to your question: the ability to alter the plan with slider bars for each component would be a major step forward in business here. For example, I set my plan at say 1000 mb a month, 200 texts a month and 30 minutes and it tells me how much it would cost, if it's a bit much I can slide the bar down to 900mb etc etc. That way you could have just the 1 plan system, and customers can set it so they can get exactly the plan that they need.


you mean like our current signup page for Internet & phone? http://www.nakedplus.co.nz/forms/signupInternetPhone.htm Good thinking! Will keep that in mind.

 CruciasNZ: Visual voicemail and/or voicemail access included in plan costs would be epic. 


Noted, thanks!

 CruciasNZ: Anyway, hope that feedback helps get this discussion rolling in a way that's useful to you. Welcome to Geekzone!

~Cru


It sure does. Thanks so much.



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  Reply # 683582 9-Sep-2012 21:28
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sbaird: Plans with data but not many text or calls.


Thanks for feedback.
How much data, and how much would you be willing to pay? (fair price)

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  Reply # 683596 9-Sep-2012 22:02
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CruciasNZ: Anyway, in answer to your question: the ability to alter the plan with slider bars for each component would be a major step forward in business here. For example, I set my plan at say 1000 mb a month, 200 texts a month and 30 minutes and it tells me how much it would cost, if it's a bit much I can slide the bar down to 900mb etc etc. That way you could have just the 1 plan system, and customers can set it so they can get exactly the plan that they need.

Visual voicemail and/or voicemail access included in plan costs would be epic. 



Presumably they'll just be using the telcoinabox wholesale service - if they are you're not going to see any of this.




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  Reply # 683601 9-Sep-2012 22:08
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sbiddle:
CruciasNZ: Anyway, in answer to your question: the ability to alter the plan with slider bars for each component would be a major step forward in business here. For example, I set my plan at say 1000 mb a month, 200 texts a month and 30 minutes and it tells me how much it would cost, if it's a bit much I can slide the bar down to 900mb etc etc. That way you could have just the 1 plan system, and customers can set it so they can get exactly the plan that they need.

Visual voicemail and/or voicemail access included in plan costs would be epic. 



Presumably they'll just be using the telcoinabox wholesale service - if they are you're not going to see any of this.



Innovation is what this market needs, and we are thinking the same. Love the ideas, keep them coming. 

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  Reply # 683611 9-Sep-2012 22:34
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RamyElbeltagi:
sbaird: Plans with data but not many text or calls.


Thanks for feedback.
How much data, and how much would you be willing to pay? (fair price)


Maybe 512MB-2GB 50-100 Text and 30min calls, for about $15-30 would be good.



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  Reply # 683617 9-Sep-2012 22:45
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sbaird:
RamyElbeltagi:
sbaird: Plans with data but not many text or calls.


Thanks for feedback.
How much data, and how much would you be willing to pay? (fair price)


Maybe 512MB-2GB 50-100 Text and 30min calls, for about $15-30 would be good.


Thanks for the feedback. Keep it coming.

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  Reply # 683890 10-Sep-2012 15:03
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Not entirely related but I notice you sell the BELKIN N300 on your website. Have they resolved the issues with this connecting to Xbox Live? In the very short space that I owned one it proved to be most unreliable with wifi connectivity issues.

Otherwise I'm all for small business giving it a go! It wouldn't seem unreasonable considering the market at present to expect 512mb/200 texts/30-60 mins for the $19-29 mark, Casual or fixed term.

Good luck!

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  Reply # 684081 10-Sep-2012 20:13
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RamyElbeltagi: Hi All,

I would like to introduce myself first, I am Ramy and I work for nakedplus (also have shares in the company). 

I will do my best to answer any questions on Geekzone related to nakedplus (in a timely fashion), and also provide advise when I can. 

nakedplus is a new startup service provider, focusing on customer service & experienceing while providing products that use the internet.

We would love to hear if new mobile plans were to come out, what would YOU like?!



Similar pricing as offered by this new start up.

www.flip.co.nz 

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  Reply # 684109 10-Sep-2012 21:11
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ur website is a bit confusing, too many things u r getting into
plus tv seems interesting, although it says foreign tv but on the channel list it's just full of arabic channels
im not too sure how many arabic r in nz
anyway back to topic , for mobile plan
i think more national data with no calling or txt....maybe a little bit of calling but definitely no text
we r in era of smartphones, included text has NO value to customers

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Reply # 684116 10-Sep-2012 21:30
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dannywii: included text has NO value to customers


Are you kidding??



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  Reply # 684259 11-Sep-2012 10:47
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kingjj: Not entirely related but I notice you sell the BELKIN N300 on your website. Have they resolved the issues with this connecting to Xbox Live? In the very short space that I owned one it proved to be most unreliable with wifi connectivity issues.


Will feedback to our technical team.

kingjj:Otherwise I'm all for small business giving it a go! It wouldn't seem unreasonable considering the market at present to expect 512mb/200 texts/30-60 mins for the $19-29 mark, Casual or fixed term.

Good luck!


Thanks! We look forward to bringing innovative plans to the market.



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  Reply # 684260 11-Sep-2012 10:48
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ajw: 

Similar pricing as offered by this new start up.

www.flip.co.nz 


What about their pricing/plans do you like the most?



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  Reply # 684262 11-Sep-2012 10:52
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dannywii: ur website is a bit confusing, too many things u r getting into


plus tv seems interesting, although it says foreign tv but on the channel list it's just full of arabic channels
im not too sure how many arabic r in nz


Have forwarded your feedback to our team. Thanks!

dannywii: anyway back to topic , for mobile plan
i think more national data with no calling or txt....maybe a little bit of calling but definitely no text
we r in era of smartphones, included text has NO value to customers


Interesting; just national data. How much would you use? (and how much do you think is a fair price for that?)

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