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  Reply # 572516 23-Jan-2012 20:40

old3eyes:
Leyjee:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
Leyjee: Sweet thanks, not sure if its that much cheaper to swap, data is still cheaper on vodafone.


Considering if you go out of city centres you'll be at 2G speeds you might want to look into Skinny. $32 for 4 weeks with 480MB data plus more data/texts/calls is pretty decent?


Really ? Thats pretty decent, and cheaper than my $35 equivalent on vodafone, I hope other networks take the?initiative?and start to lower prices. 2Degrees must be spewing that they?aren't?the cheapest anymore.


?

Depends how much talking your going to do but Telecom's prepay TalkTextData ? ?$20 per month ? ?20min, ? ?1000 txt, ? ?200MB data ?may be a better option..


Doesn't anyone call anymore?

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  Reply # 572639 24-Jan-2012 10:25
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SteveON:
old3eyes:
Leyjee:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
Leyjee: Sweet thanks, not sure if its that much cheaper to swap, data is still cheaper on vodafone.


Considering if you go out of city centres you'll be at 2G speeds you might want to look into Skinny. $32 for 4 weeks with 480MB data plus more data/texts/calls is pretty decent?


Really ? Thats pretty decent, and cheaper than my $35 equivalent on vodafone, I hope other networks take the?initiative?and start to lower prices. 2Degrees must be spewing that they?aren't?the cheapest anymore.


?

Depends how much talking your going to do but Telecom's prepay TalkTextData ? ?$20 per month ? ?20min, ? ?1000 txt, ? ?200MB data ?may be a better option..


Doesn't anyone call anymore?


Yep..




Regards,

Old3eyes


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