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Topic # 193514 14-Mar-2016 09:16
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Currently I'm on the $16 / month combo.  When I finish work at the end of the year I plan to go down to the $9 / month  combo.  Question is that if I find it doesn't work after one month and go back to the $16  one do I lose all my carry over  minutes and data from when I had it before. I guess the same would apply if I turned off the combo for a month and then go back..??

 

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I've done exactly the same thing several times and my carryover mins & data have remained in place for next time I'm on the $16 per month combo.  Whilst on the $9 per month combo you cannot access them but you don't lose them.

Currently I'm on the $16 per month combo again after using the $9 per month combo when things were quiet for a while.  No other NZ mobile provider gives you this much flexibility so kudos to Skinny for making it possible.






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As above, it's just fine, they are still there you just won't be able to use them until you go back on a combo that supports them $16, $26 or $46

 

They still expire after a year though




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  Reply # 1512907 14-Mar-2016 11:51
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Many thanx for that Grant_K





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