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# 170925 31-Mar-2015 09:40
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Hi Skinny.

I was looking at getting  some more dat yesterday and when I looked at the addons I see.

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Why would i want to pay $10 for 300 meg when i can get 1 gig for the same price??




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  # 1273975 31-Mar-2015 09:42
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  # 1273981 31-Mar-2015 09:50
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That 300MB add-on looks like a great buy!

 
 
 
 




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  # 1274071 31-Mar-2015 10:30
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Thanx folks..




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  # 1274073 31-Mar-2015 10:31
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And I just purchased 1.5GB of addon data for $29 on Spark because I ran out of my plan's data!! Arrrgh!




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  # 1276727 3-Apr-2015 14:00
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Do data add-on balances roll over?



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  # 1276763 3-Apr-2015 15:50
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TonyR1973: Do data add-on balances roll over?


I suspect not but would be nice.  About 6 hours after I asked the question I got a SMS from Skinny saying that this was available..




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  # 1276833 3-Apr-2015 17:58
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old3eyes:
TonyR1973: Do data add-on balances roll over?


I suspect not but would be nice.  


I find that's a real problem with these telcos - finding out concisely all the relevant information to assess suitability for your purpose. The worst has to be Vodafone. I was helping a mate out with his landline/internet/mobile account as he went over the measly 80GB data cap on his broadband and the plans are so jumbled and intertwined it's almost impossible to figure out the cost of what works best for him. I actually gave up.

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