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  Reply # 1889658 26-Oct-2017 07:40
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littleheaven:
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jonb: As I mentioned on the other thread, I'm actually pretty annoyed at Skinny and their method of marketing to selected customers only. My daughter gets these offers all the time - had the text for double minutes and data until Jan31st, on the Mini combo. I rarely get any of these offer texts, and didn't this time either.


Maybe the SMS are still been sent out

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Likely. I have three phones in the house on this combo and I got the SMS for two of them but at different times of the day.

I’m assuming you get the bonus whether you get the text or not. Perhaps check your account settings to see if you’ve turned off SMS marketing from them?

 

i dont subscribe to any form of marketing from them

 

but they could mention something when looking at your account via the app or website.


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  Reply # 1889729 26-Oct-2017 09:26
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Agreed. I wanted more detail because the wording of the text was a little confusing and there was nothing on their site or social media.





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  Reply # 1890898 26-Oct-2017 17:41
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@livingskinny could you provide clarity


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  Reply # 1891253 27-Oct-2017 11:30
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Does this apply to new customers?  Just signed up to Skinny, got the normal 1GB with my first combo...


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  Reply # 1891256 27-Oct-2017 11:34
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deadlyllama:

 

Does this apply to new customers?  Just signed up to Skinny, got the normal 1GB with my first combo...

 

 

New customers can get up to 26GB free data in the weekends (13 weekends of 2GB each) https://www.skinny.co.nz/freekends/ 


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@livingskinny could you provide clarity

 

 

We regularly send offers to groups of customers and send a text to let them know.  These are not advertised on the website as they don't relate to all customers.  If you have selected not to receive marketing messages then we are unable to include you when we create the campaigns.


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  Reply # 1891350 27-Oct-2017 13:04
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Love your work Skinny. Just keeps getting better and better!

 

 


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  Reply # 1891389 27-Oct-2017 15:10
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I have never regretted coming across from 2Degrees - I even abandoned 12GB of carryover data to do so. 





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  Reply # 1893292 31-Oct-2017 20:13
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I better check if I elected to receive marketing campaigns from Skinny as my Core $16 combo just rolled and I got no bonus data, nor have I had a txt of the offer.


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