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  Reply # 1311795 26-May-2015 08:33
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cadman:
Yabanize: If you buy top up's from the shop you would get the GST Reciept from the shop, if you bought it online you can get gst reciepts from the website


Very hard to get a compliant invoice from a dairy. And even most retailers only supply a thermal paper one which can fade within the 7 years you're required to keep records if it's a business expense.


If you're worried about fade take a photocopy of it like I do when i buy something that has a warranty receipt..




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  Reply # 1315290 1-Jun-2015 00:09
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  Reply # 1331579 25-Jun-2015 17:22
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cadman:
grant_k:
ahmad: Is that an invoice for top ups or for the combo and usage charges?

It's for top-ups.

And only for the last 3 months...


Whilst you can only search for 3 months you can select a range in the past, eg






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  Reply # 1331584 25-Jun-2015 17:31
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LivingSkinny:
cadman:
grant_k:
ahmad: Is that an invoice for top ups or for the combo and usage charges?

It's for top-ups.

And only for the last 3 months...


Whilst you can only search for 3 months you can select a range in the past, eg







Really? I'm having trouble retrieving usage from 2012

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  Reply # 1331608 25-Jun-2015 17:48
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Yabanize:
LivingSkinny:
cadman:
grant_k:
ahmad: Is that an invoice for top ups or for the combo and usage charges?

It's for top-ups.

And only for the last 3 months...


Whilst you can only search for 3 months you can select a range in the past, eg







Really? I'm having trouble retrieving usage from 2012


You can search back further for payment and order history.  For usage history data is there from 8th Sept 14.



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  Reply # 1339524 8-Jul-2015 20:00
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Well after procrastinating for a long time I switched to Skinny from a Vodafone on account plan that provided 200 minutes, 1GB of data and a ton of texts. I moved to the 16 Skinny plan and paid $10 for the bonus 1G of data (till the end of August).

My thought was even if I bought the $16 plan with 500MB I could buy the 600Gb for $8 during the last week when I was running low on data and still pay only $24 for the month.

Only one tiny hiccup. I bought the 1GB for $10 once I activated the SIM but when the port came through I received another GB of bonus data! Since that doesn't roll over I now have 2GB of data for this month to use.  

Plus no more HD Voice call quality when calling my wife on her iPHone 6 on Vodafone. It sounds pretty poor quality now (from N5).




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  Reply # 1339538 8-Jul-2015 20:41
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lchiu7: Well after procrastinating for a long time I switched to Skinny from a Vodafone on account plan that provided 200 minutes, 1GB of data and a ton of texts. I moved to the 16 Skinny plan and paid $10 for the bonus 1G of data (till the end of August).

My thought was even if I bought the $16 plan with 500MB I could buy the 600Gb for $8 during the last week when I was running low on data and still pay only $24 for the month.

I like the flexibility that Skinny gives me with regard to topups and mixing/matching combos with standard pricing of 20c per min.  Most of the time I've been on the $16 per month combo, and bought the extra 1GB for $10 on two occasions.  That worked fine when I was travelling a lot, but for the past month or so I haven't ventured far from home, so the $9 per month combo has been almost enough, except I've just about run out of minutes.  So I've disabled my combo for now whilst I use up the 50MB or so of data I've got left, and will pay 20c per min for the occasional calls I need to make in the next 10 days or so.  Then will probably revert to the $9 combo, or maybe the $16 depending on how much I'm going to be away from home.

Two degrees didn't give me this much flexibility as they insisted on a minimum $20 topup, with a $19 combo being the cheapest available.  If that didn't work out, then I was stuck paying 44c per minute instead of 20c per minute with Skinny.  The network coverage from Spark/Skinny is also superior to Vodafone at our place, which was another reason for making the switch.  All things considered, I'm glad I made the move to Skinny.





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