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  # 267828 28-Oct-2009 20:27
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Yea these plans are still available with a voice plan.

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  # 267874 28-Oct-2009 22:36
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Will people on a current mobile bb 1gb plan automatically be upgraded to the new plan? eg 2gb and $5 per month cheaper.

 
 
 
 


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  # 267926 29-Oct-2009 08:06
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Satch: Is there anything still available less than 500MB per month?

My work is currently with Vodafone and I pay $10 per month for 100MB, which does me quite nicely. We are moving over to Telecom shortly, and I thought they did have a 120GB for $12 add on or something similar. Has this now disappeared?



Hi Snatch,

The 20MB, 120MB & 240MB plans are still avliable as bolt ons to your mobile phone plan, i.e if you have a One Rate 100 you can have a 120MB bolt on for $12




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  # 267927 29-Oct-2009 08:10
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nitrotech: Will people on a current mobile bb 1gb plan automatically be upgraded to the new plan? eg 2gb and $5 per month cheaper.


People will not be auto migrated but you can request to go to the new plans, or you will automatically get them if you get a new connection and a new card




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  # 268056 29-Oct-2009 12:15
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c71931f:
Satch: Is there anything still available less than 500MB per month?

My work is currently with Vodafone and I pay $10 per month for 100MB, which does me quite nicely. We are moving over to Telecom shortly, and I thought they did have a 120GB for $12 add on or something similar. Has this now disappeared?


120gb for $12 ?Must have been popular when it was around :D


Ha ha.  My bad.

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  # 268060 29-Oct-2009 12:16
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NMcPherson:
Satch: Is there anything still available less than 500MB per month?

My work is currently with Vodafone and I pay $10 per month for 100MB, which does me quite nicely. We are moving over to Telecom shortly, and I thought they did have a 120GB for $12 add on or something similar. Has this now disappeared?



Hi Snatch,

The 20MB, 120MB & 240MB plans are still avliable as bolt ons to your mobile phone plan, i.e if you have a One Rate 100 you can have a 120MB bolt on for $12


Thanks NDickPherson.

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  # 268568 30-Oct-2009 14:11
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Wonder if they will let users with a 24month contract for a 3GB mobile data plan change to the cheaper 4GB.?
Would make a nice Xmas present :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 268751 31-Oct-2009 08:26
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Why don't they offer the cheaper rates to customers without a fixed line broadband connection??  After all, they are generally the people who can't get a fixed line (e.g rural customers) and rely on mobile broadband.
They are punishing the same customers over again.

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  # 268752 31-Oct-2009 08:30
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Because that seems to be the typical phone company way of thinking. TelstraClear's doing something similar; putting ADSL2+ equipment into exchanges that already have it, and ignoring ones that don't.

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