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Topic # 242901 19-Nov-2018 15:12
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Quick question re mobile roaming with Spark. With their 20 roaming pack, how easy is it keep track of your usage so you can purchase another pack before you over shoot?


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  Reply # 2129500 19-Nov-2018 15:12
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You can use the app to track the usage, Just like the other data addons :)





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  Reply # 2129990 20-Nov-2018 09:23
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You can easily track usage in the app, usage alerts at 80%, 90% and 100% are also sent. Bear in mind voice billing is 3-4 days behind as the files need to come from the carrier partner so keep a track of your usage taking that into account. You can always purchase a second pack as back up, or better still, enable Walk off Working (if you are pay monthly) a pack will be auto purchased as required.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2130032 20-Nov-2018 09:38
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... better still, enable Walk off Working (if you are pay monthly) a pack will be auto purchased as required.

 

 

This!
It worked simply and seamlessly for me going from NZ to Hong Kong, France & Germany, Canada and the USA, then back home.
No fuss, no worries smile


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