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# 136716 6-Dec-2013 15:09
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Rollover minutes only applies to the NZ included minutes of the $16 Stretch combo. Minutes in any Add ons with your combo do not roll over. Included data and texts do not rollover. 

Rollover means that any unused minutes at the end of your $16 Stretch combo's 30 day cycle will rollover into your next $16 Combo's 30 day cycle provided the combo auto-renews at the end of its cycle, and is not cancelled at any stage. 

If your $16 Stretch Combo fails to auto-renew at the end of its cycle for any reason, or it is cancelled at any stage, you will lose all Rollover minutes you may have accumulated (they will expire at the expiry date and time of your lapsed or cancelled $16 Stretch combo). 

Until 31 January 2014, Rollover minutes also applies to the "Double Minutes" promotion, and can be used to call Australian standard landlines and mobiles from NZ.

More info at http://skinny.co.nz/pricing

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  # 946627 6-Dec-2013 15:11
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I switched from a $4 plan the other day

 

Good to see they're keeping up with 2 Degrees...but this offer needs to go on indefinitely, not for a limited time!



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  # 946630 6-Dec-2013 15:14
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macuser: I switched from a $4 plan the other day Good to see they're keeping up with 2 Degrees...but this offer needs to go on indefinitely, not for a limited time!


I agree!

 
 
 
 


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  # 946845 7-Dec-2013 00:04
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Yabanize:
macuser: I switched from a $4 plan the other day Good to see they're keeping up with 2 Degrees...but this offer needs to go on indefinitely, not for a limited time!


I agree!


Double minutes / data and calls / texts to Australia from Combo quota are promotional.

Rollover minutes on $16 Stretch is a permanent part of the $16 Stretch Combo.  

Also, as long as the Combo is kept active then all remaining minutes are rolled over to the next period.  There isn't any expiry date of say a year.

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  # 946865 7-Dec-2013 00:32
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There isn't any expiry date of say a year.


Nice!!



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  # 947487 8-Dec-2013 15:47
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LivingSkinny: Double minutes / data and calls / texts to Australia from Combo quota are promotional.


Also, as long as the Combo is kept active then all remaining minutes are rolled over to the next period.  There isn't any expiry date of say a year.


Calls/texts to aussie needs to stay permanent. The competiton's isnt promotional

You say you will be the same, just cheaper


That's awesome that there isnt an expiry of carryover minutes though, good stuff

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  # 947590 8-Dec-2013 18:34
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Yes, this is good. So are the current promos. I've just switched over today and I'll switch the husband over later this month after he burns through some more of his credit on Vodafone. The skinny minutes add on freebie is going to be reassuring for us. I've got a health problem and our mobiles are my emergency call system.

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  # 948278 9-Dec-2013 20:05
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I am currently on Vodafone and seriously considering this, but double data needs to be permanent I don't care so much about calls/txt

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