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Topic # 224096 2-Nov-2017 10:00
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Does Spark have a minimum purchase value for top up vouchers bought in a store/supermarket?

 

I understand that other providers have a $20 minimum.


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  Reply # 1894086 2-Nov-2017 10:06
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Other providers you can do $5 and $10, I know Vodafone is $10

 

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  Reply # 1894095 2-Nov-2017 10:15
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Thanks John ... I'm sure I recently read somewhere that VF and 2D only had $20 upwards.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1894099 2-Nov-2017 10:20
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Sorry might be only $10 online via the Vodafone site or Vodafone App

 

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  Reply # 1894111 2-Nov-2017 10:37
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Yeah, I can see the on-line prices, but a colleague was asking about vouchers specifically.

 

 


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  Reply # 1894163 2-Nov-2017 11:35
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I got a $10 voucher for Spark the other week I believe that is the minimum at most dairies/retailers.

 

 

Skinny starts from $5 and Warehouse Mobile $10 but the other two big players are both $20 minimum.

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  Reply # 1894548 3-Nov-2017 09:14
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Correct, minimum top up voucher is $10 for Spark.




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  Reply # 1894552 3-Nov-2017 09:17
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Thanks all ... sorted now sealed

 

 


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