Seems they don't quite know what they want to do with this low-end plan - they announced it, then it was withdrawn, then it was only available if you specifically asked for it and not online, then it was available again, and now this.
I understand wanting to push lower ARPU customers to Skinny, but they have plenty of other low-end offerings eg in Prepay and Vodafone continues to offer an equivalent endless plan. Sometimes customers just want to give you their money for your services Spark, it doesn't have to be hard...
allan: And frankly Sparks pre-paid plans provide better value for money than their on-account plans.
Not really. Spark's post-pay plans have way more value. I pay $90/month for unlimited data (40gb high-speed) with Netflix and Neon (worth $30/month) - essentially paying $60 for 40Gb (Same plan on Voda would be $80 - yeah, yeah: no tethering on Spark PP). Spark's $80 prepay plan is only 40gb with no Netflix and renews every 4 weeks (not monthly).