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Topic # 225905 11-Dec-2017 09:59
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Hi all 


Are the roaming packs only for postpaid customers or can they also be for prepay customers?  Ie $20/7 days.  





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  Reply # 1916476 11-Dec-2017 10:51
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I used one for a trip to Sydney in October.  I deliberately became a Spark prepay customer to do that, because the 2 degrees offering was a little weak in comparison.



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  Reply # 1916801 11-Dec-2017 14:55
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They are for prepaid and postpaid should be able to buy them through the app as long as you have sufficient credit


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  Reply # 1916811 11-Dec-2017 15:07
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@rayonline do you ever Google search? I just searched ' spark roaming packs ' and the very first thing in the search is " Spark roaming packs on pay monthly and Prepaid " and links off to all the information required


VodafoneNZ also offers Prepaid roaming packs as well now





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