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Topic # 53752 13-Dec-2009 00:41
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I've got my t-stick this saturday morning. and asked a sellperson if casual rate can be use. and what he told me was, if I start using it this month then I would be charged $29.95 at the end of this month, which is absurd for someone is not planning to use 500 MB data this month or any other month.. so I check telecom website and related gz threads. And following are my understanding of this plan

1) Price start at 10c per 1 MB ($30 = 300 MB).
2) If you used more than 300 MB but less than 500 MB then you be charge at 29.95
3) below 300 MB usage per month will be pay as you go

It would be great if telecom sellperson know their product better or maybe explain better, especially to new telecom mobile customer.

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  Reply # 281873 13-Dec-2009 00:50
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haloo101: 

1) Price start at 10c per 1 MB ($30 = 300 MB).
2) If you used more than 300 MB but less than 500 MB then you be charge at 29.95
3) below 300 MB usage per month will be pay as you go  


 

Thats correct.

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  Reply # 282027 13-Dec-2009 21:28
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correct info.. they also have some Xmas special offers

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  Reply # 282713 15-Dec-2009 14:31
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So basically you have inside a prepaid sim that you use like a normal prepay account?

I assume I can change the sim with my own sim (XT) that has the mobile internet 120MB enabled?

Cheers.

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