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# 40037 24-Aug-2009 13:36
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If my 120MB finishes in the middle of the month, can I request another pack or do I have to wait until end of month and pay $0.5/MB ?

I don't usually use more than 120MB so it doesn't make sense to get the 240MB one.


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  # 250104 24-Aug-2009 15:02
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Nah you would need to change plan to reset the data count (so either down to 20MB or up to 240).

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  # 250107 24-Aug-2009 15:08
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Just to make sure that I got things right. If on the 15th (for example) I finish my data allowance I can downgrade to 20MB and then upgrade again to 120MB in the same day?

The rule with one plan change / month is valid only on landlines?



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  # 250109 24-Aug-2009 15:12
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No :( the rule for one plan change per month applies on mobiles too. The only way you would be able to get it done like that is if you visited two different stores and distracted the store peoplle well enough so that they didn't check the number of plan changes you'd made already :P

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  # 250130 24-Aug-2009 16:16
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Since when has changing plan reset your usage count for the month? I don't believe it's ever worked like that.

I finally have fibre!  Had to leave the country to get it though.

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  # 250149 24-Aug-2009 17:06
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Since forever, afaik, same with txt plans both CDMA and XT

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