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#34794 29-May-2009 11:55
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Does anyone have the details on BlackBerry plans for XT? Also, when I got my last mobile the dealer gave me the option of paying for it over 12 months on my account. Is this still possible?

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  #219244 29-May-2009 12:21
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From the Telecom website: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/yourmobile/plansandpricing



BlackBerry data

If you're a BlackBerry fan then you'll be very happy that BlackBerry devices are welcome on the XT Mobile Network. Since all BlackBerry devices need a data plan, we've created special BlackBerry-only data plans that are different to the Data Extras above. Our BlackBerry data plans are only available on Postpaid and start at $29.95 for 30MB. Call or come and see us in store to find out more about BlackBerry devices and data plans.






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  #219250 29-May-2009 12:27
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What about the option to pay the phone off over 12 months on your account? I also used this last time I bought a phone and would rather do it again this time.

c.diddy

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  #219272 29-May-2009 12:58
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qraider: From the Telecom website: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/yourmobile/plansandpricing





BlackBerry data


If you're a BlackBerry fan then you'll be very happy that BlackBerry devices are welcome on the XT Mobile Network. Since all BlackBerry devices need a data plan, we've created special BlackBerry-only data plans that are different to the Data Extras above. Our BlackBerry data plans are only available on Postpaid and start at $29.95 for 30MB. Call or come and see us in store to find out more about BlackBerry devices and data plans.






Thanks qraider. I did see that blurb earlier on Telecom's website but was hoping someone here might have information on all of the plans.



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  #219275 29-May-2009 13:04
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Decided to ring Telecom and was pleasantly surprised - only had to wait a couple of minutes to speak to someone.

30MB - $29.95 per month
400MB - $34.95 per month
1GB - $69.95 per month

Better than I was expecting!

Anyone know about paying over 12 months?

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  #219276 29-May-2009 13:05
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c.diddy:
qraider: From the Telecom website: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/yourmobile/plansandpricing

BlackBerry dataIf you're a BlackBerry fan then you'll be very happy that BlackBerry devices are welcome on the XT Mobile Network. Since all BlackBerry devices need a data plan, we've created special BlackBerry-only data plans that are different to the Data Extras above. Our BlackBerry data plans are only available on Postpaid and start at $29.95 for 30MB. Call or come and see us in store to find out more about BlackBerry devices and data plans.


Thanks qraider. I did see that blurb earlier on Telecom's website but was hoping someone here might have information on all of the plans.


No worries
I'm not at work otherwise I may have been able to dig up some specific info for you :/




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  #219311 29-May-2009 14:22
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Any idea if you can connect a Bold on a XT Sim to a BES system linked to he Voda NZ SRP?

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  #219322 29-May-2009 14:46
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One of my clients has in fact been the technican side of Telecom. I sold them a few Blackberry Bolds for their network testing. My contact said he has some interesting info about the Blackberry on their network, so I'll try to make contact and post his findings here, might help.



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pas1: One of my clients has in fact been the technican side of Telecom. I sold them a few Blackberry Bolds for their network testing. My contact said he has some interesting info about the Blackberry on their network, so I'll try to make contact and post his findings here, might help.


Any update on this "information"?





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