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Topic # 122111 25-Jun-2013 09:11
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I see massive change been thrust upon us?

I note with appreciation that via the android app i can now easily add data packs however the 1gb/$20 jobbie has disappeared from the line up

If you had already prescribed to the 1gb/$20 addon does this continue and if I were to step up or down a plan within the open smartphone offerings) can I keep the existing 1gb/$20 addon in place?





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  Reply # 845613 26-Jun-2013 14:37
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The 1 GB Data boost is still available.

The new Mobile Extras can be added on top of them if you need them as either a one off or a recurring charge and can be used on both Prepaid or Postpaid (although there are different extras for each)

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  Reply # 845742 26-Jun-2013 20:11
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Took a couple of days for this thread to pop up. Was hoping for a revolution in the plans and a big promo to go with them sparking some competition, but just a minor update that makes them more competitive with 2degrees, itll be interesting to see if its enough to make vodafone stir. The $15 500mb plan will be nice for MBB users, but i was hoping for something different - even the short/long data plans that they did for limited times over the summer were of more interest to me and i used one myself.

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  Reply # 849667 5-Jul-2013 12:33
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$19 Combo now has 100 minutes.

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