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Topic # 223063 11-Sep-2017 08:41
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Are Spark taking the piss with their new mobile plan?

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  Reply # 1862081 11-Sep-2017 08:45
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Erm what do you mean?





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  Reply # 1862082 11-Sep-2017 08:45
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Can you give a bit more detail about the plan and your opinion, perhaps using slightly less expressive language.





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  Reply # 1862084 11-Sep-2017 08:46
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steffen:

Great news, we have just launched our new prepaid and postpaid plans and ALL our plans have now rollover data and minutes. Check it out in our app and change to our new plans. You can change your plan in the app, just go to the plan details page and tab on change plans.

 

 

Again, thanks for your feedback!

 

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  Reply # 1862087 11-Sep-2017 08:49
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@kornflake you couldn't even include a link to some information? Let me get my crystal ball

 

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edit: https://www.spark.co.nz/shop/mobile-plans/prepaid.html


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  Reply # 1862088 11-Sep-2017 08:51
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 If it is related to the rollover plans I think they're excellent - great that Spark are making these changes. I think I may move across to them now.





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  Reply # 1862092 11-Sep-2017 08:53
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The only thing I'm not clear about the new plans and Spotify is this

 

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Terms for Prepaid customers

 

c. $6.90 (50% discount/4 Weekly Half Price Spotify) ) will be debited from your top up credit when you purchase the Spotify Extra, and then subsequently every 4 weeks on the renewal date, while you’re on an eligible Spark Prepaid Pack.


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  Reply # 1862094 11-Sep-2017 08:56
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Roll over data of a max total of 3.5gigs is really disappointing. If you are going to roll over then roll over all left over data. 

 

Kinda glad i moved over to another telco now.

 

 


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  Reply # 1862096 11-Sep-2017 08:59
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Wonder if the $19.99 Onebill plans will have rollover anything??





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Reply # 1862097 11-Sep-2017 09:00
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Wonder if the $19.99 Onebill plans will have rollover anything??

 

 

Is the plan listed on the page I linked off to above? This should answer your question

 

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  Reply # 1862098 11-Sep-2017 09:03
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Just confirmed with Spark support that most of the existing plans (on account) will automatically get switched over to Rollover. For Prepaid they'll have to opt-in.

 

Half price Spotify still isn't bad for prepaid considering you'll be paying $14 for it anyway with another provider.





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  Reply # 1862101 11-Sep-2017 09:06
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I'm only with spark for Spotify. And I'm not staying for a 50pc discount.
Does anyone know if this is exciting plans?
Is my current plan grandfathered?

Also did I read they are going to 28 day billing?
The T&C in the Spotify notes seemed to imply it thinking back.

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Thanks murf. You have just answered my questions

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  Reply # 1862102 11-Sep-2017 09:06
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The Prepay plans / Carryover works like the VodafoneNZ Myflex Prepay plans

 

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  Reply # 1862103 11-Sep-2017 09:07
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michaelmurfy:

 

Just confirmed with Spark support that most of the existing plans (on account) will automatically get switched over to Rollover. For Prepaid they'll have to opt-in.

 

Half price Spotify still isn't bad for prepaid considering you'll be paying $14 for it anyway with another provider.

 

 

Guess I'll have to wait until the 23rd of the month to see if the Onebill plans get it..





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  Reply # 1862113 11-Sep-2017 09:16
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The $19.99 Onebill plan is grandfathered so it probably wouldn't change. Even the $29.99 plan isn't showing any changes.

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  Reply # 1862114 11-Sep-2017 09:17
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Bung: The $19.99 Onebill plan is grandfathered so it probably wouldn't change. Even the $29.99 plan isn't showing any changes.

 

Thanx.  I suspected as much.  May switch Wife to prepay if nothing happens. 





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