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Topic # 152211 19-Sep-2014 19:34
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as per the spark website.

http://www.spark.co.nz/shop/mobile/mobile/plansandpricing.html


the
$79/$99 plan has had it's data boosted to 2.5gb of data
and the $119/$139 up to 5gb of data

from 1.5gb/3gb respectively

Nice to see the increase :D

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  Reply # 1132355 19-Sep-2014 19:39
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No doubt in response to Vodafone Red+. Though they have doubled the data on their $29 prepaid plan, Spark is yet to do this.

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  Reply # 1132374 19-Sep-2014 20:26
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skinny have had 1 gig on the $30 prepay pack for ages. Chances are vodafone was a reaction to that.




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