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Topic # 49810 20-Nov-2009 16:10
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I know this may sound like a silly question but when you buy the 120MB addon for mobile broadband on your XT phone does this renew on the same day the next month that you buy it like it does on Vodafone or does it last until the end of the calendar month? I cant seem to find it on the Telecom website :(


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  Reply # 274774 20-Nov-2009 16:34
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Depends, On prepaid it goes by calendar month. On postpaid it renews on the same date each month. As far as I know.



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  Reply # 274776 20-Nov-2009 16:41
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Oh really? So there's no point in me buying a 120mb addon for 5 days..




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  Reply # 274777 20-Nov-2009 16:42
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I mean 10 days.. Sorry I can't edit using geekzone mobile..




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  Reply # 274781 20-Nov-2009 16:50
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Not really as it is $12 for 120MB or $10 for 10x$1 per day (10MB per day) casual rate.

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