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Topic # 242773 13-Nov-2018 19:27
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Without playing devils advocate I can't help but notice the better value you receive with Skinny's roaming packs - getting an additional 500mb for the same price. Spark is constantly touted as a premium network that has these value added services and I can see this reflected in my monthly account. But it's just a shame that Skinny can go and offer 1Gb of roaming with their $20 packs. Who knows. Maybe it'll change in the future.


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  Reply # 2125042 13-Nov-2018 20:27
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I’ve just this week changed back to Skinny, from SkinnyDirect. Better value overall now (not even counting Freekends, which will give me up to 32GB free data over the next 5 or so months) . Also for information there is no longer a $15 fee to do this.

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  Reply # 2125064 13-Nov-2018 21:14
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Aucklandjafa:

 

Without playing devils advocate...

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74oGgFTgpI4

 

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  Reply # 2125089 13-Nov-2018 21:59
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Find skinny direct cheap for data and calls while in aus. Also just changed back to skinny from skinny direct for better value

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