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  Reply # 710799 2-Nov-2012 07:40
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samdouglas: Can you provide a link to where it says that?
I called and was told only open term or the $159 smartphone plan:

From the website:

Available on:

Open Smartphone plans
Selected $159 Smartphone plan

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobile/plansandpricing/paymonthly/


Apologies. I took it that as the boost options displayed on both sets of plans that they applied to both sets.


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  Reply # 710968 2-Nov-2012 13:27
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I got my info from a store rep as well, so I'd say the call centre rep might not have read the update

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 711726 4-Nov-2012 13:32
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This has now been changed and all smartphone plans open and 12/24 month plans also.
 Ie you can now pay $49 and get 150/NS/1.5GB open term   (open smartphone $29 + $20 data boost)

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  Reply # 711845 4-Nov-2012 17:48
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Damoz101: This has now been changed and all smartphone plans open and 12/24 month plans also.
 Ie you can now pay $49 and get 150/NS/1.5GB open term   (open smartphone $29 + $20 data boost)


Hasn't been changed for my plan. I'm still unable to buy any data boosts. I'm currently on a $100/month plan and half way through my 12 month contract.




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  Reply # 711981 5-Nov-2012 00:06
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@openmedia: You need to be on the newer Smartphone plans to be eligible to purchase a $20 1GB Data Boost. The grandfathered Smartphone $100 plan is not eligible.

$20 1GB Data Boost is available across all of the latest/current Open/12/24 Plans, however website has not been updated to reflect this...

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