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  Reply # 1881889 11-Oct-2017 11:58
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Ahh.  The bunnies put it on my M-in-Laws phone instead of the wife's.     Now the fun starts trying to get it changed back..  30 minute wait for callback . 





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  Reply # 1881922 11-Oct-2017 12:45
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Ahh.  The bunnies put it on my M-in-Laws phone instead of the wife's.     Now the fun starts trying to get it changed back..  30 minute wait for callback . 

 

 

OK got the wife's phone upgraded to the $29 plan but they couldn't downgrade the M-In-Laws account back to the $19.99 one as it doesn't exist so the have given her a $10 credit per month for the next 12 months.   After then I may put her onto prepay as she would use about 30 minutes a month at the most..





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  Reply # 1891583 27-Oct-2017 21:23
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I only just found out Spark is offering less than half the data on their $59 Open plan compared to vodafone/2degrees. I wouldn't have known had I not checked for iPhone X deals from other carriers.

 

Damn 4GB for $59 vs 10GB for $59 (voda) and 10GB for $55 (2degrees). Yes I understand Spark comes with bundles of services like Lightbox and Spotify, but I don't use any of those services, it would be better if they offered the same data but without those additional bundles.


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  Reply # 1891589 27-Oct-2017 21:35
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Skinny Direct have a $50 10GB plan if you wanted to stick with the Spark network


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