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Topic # 67646 5-Sep-2010 17:03
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I have a XT prepay SIM  for when I'm away and I last topped it up on July 06.2010 and I seem to remember that it expired  in December,  6 months after adding.  Looking at  Your Telecom now  I see that it now expires July 06.2011.  Has this been changed to compete against 2D or was it always 12 months??

 

 




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  Reply # 376970 5-Sep-2010 19:46
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I just looked at my Broadband prepaid stick I got, yes, it has the expiry date one year from when it was topped up.

I would suggest it has changed 

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  Reply # 377000 5-Sep-2010 21:13
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Be good, if they have changed it, to update their website - it's still saying 6 months

http://store.telecom.co.nz/mobile/prepaid/plans

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  Reply # 377219 6-Sep-2010 17:34
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bummer i had my xt sim and phone taken from work when we got broken in to . i was gonna bother with xt as i was only using it for facebook. but if it has changed i take the police report to telecom and get the sim and phone locked

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  Reply # 377232 6-Sep-2010 18:56
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juggalo28: bummer i had my xt sim and phone taken from work when we got broken in to . i was gonna bother with xt as i was only using it for facebook. but if it has changed i take the police report to telecom and get the sim and phone locked


You should do that anyway, that way the IMEI of both devices can be disabled.  At that would stop the average punter from being able to use either.  You could also take the same report to Vodafone and 2D and get them to block the IMEI's of the devices too.





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