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#112496 11-Dec-2012 09:58
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I'm not sure how long this has been doable for (it wasn't possible in October) but it seems that you can now add the "$20 1GB Data Extra" to a fixed-term plan.

This is just a nice quick "FYI" post :)

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  #730277 11-Dec-2012 11:13
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Telecom also introduced some new 500MB for 7 days for $10 and 3GB for 90 days on prepaid for a limited time:

http://www.telecom.co.nz/internet/mobilebroadband/plansandpricing/prepaid/

Which no one else seems to have picked up on..

Those are pretty good deals IMHO, especially the 3GB for 90 days if you're a semi-casual user and wanted a little more data over the Christmas break.

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  #730512 11-Dec-2012 15:05
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Behodar: I'm not sure how long this has been doable for (it wasn't possible in October) but it seems that you can now add the "$20 1GB Data Extra" to a fixed-term plan.

This is just a nice quick "FYI" post :)


Very handy link. sadly still not available on my smartphone $100 plan




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  #730518 11-Dec-2012 15:09
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Maybe I should've said "all current plans" :)

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  #730538 11-Dec-2012 15:35
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No additional voice minutes. Just as a matter of interest how does someone on "On the One Bill" or
"XT One Bill" sign up for these as unlike prepay there is no option to purchase when you log into your account




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