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Reply # 33509 20-Apr-2006 19:10
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All that I could find about Vodafone NZ plans is here...




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  Reply # 33561 21-Apr-2006 10:14
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Jaffa: Telecom is copying vodafone, it will be released tommrow check their website after 10 am


ooh! really? nice one. can't wait to find out more

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 33562 21-Apr-2006 10:45
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Do you tomorrow Friday or tomorrow Saturday (cause your post was late Thursday), plus I cannot find anything on their site yet.

Remember that Telecom DID have a special at the end of last year, where is you signed up for 24 months (I think) on a certain plan (200MB?) or higher, you got the data card plus a WLAN card for free.

But there 400MB for $99 is pretty poor in comparison to Vodafone, especially when there network is much faster and data caps are reached much quicker.

Here's hoping its today!



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  Reply # 33570 21-Apr-2006 11:41
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On VF you get the Data card for free on a 24 month term dont you?




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  Reply # 33571 21-Apr-2006 11:48
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Here is the page:

http://www.telecom.co.nz/content/0,8748,202032-201931,00.html

note - it says 0.50+GST per MB, but in the Terms and Conditions it says $0.50+GST each 10kB!!!!!!

Also read the terms and conditions, there is a note about no VOIP allowed!  Anyone know if they block the ports? I think I will sign up to this, I will post any news if I do.

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  Reply # 33586 21-Apr-2006 15:32
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I think it's absolutely ridiculous that current mobile broadband customers are not automatically upgraded to this plan. Having to pay to cancel current contracts etc, that's ludicrous

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  Reply # 33587 21-Apr-2006 15:51
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timbosan: Here is the page:

http://www.telecom.co.nz/content/0,8748,202032-201931,00.html

note - it says 0.50+GST per MB, but in the Terms and Conditions it says $0.50+GST each 10kB!!!!!!

Also read the terms and conditions, there is a note about no VOIP allowed!  Anyone know if they block the ports? I think I will sign up to this, I will post any news if I do.


Blocking VoIP ports is virtually impossible without implimenting large scale port blocking. While the default port for SIP is 5060 this can be anything you like and RTP ports for audio are typically anywhere between 10000-20000.



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  Reply # 33588 21-Apr-2006 15:55
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Does anyone know what the penatly for getting out of the contract early is?




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  Reply # 33598 21-Apr-2006 21:04
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adamj: Does anyone know what the penatly for getting out of the contract early is?
$130-$900






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  Reply # 33601 21-Apr-2006 22:09
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adamj: Does anyone know what the penatly for getting out of the contract early is?


Best to ask 123 or your local dealer, Data tier levels have changed from the release of 580 Air card (T3G Aircard), for example when MBB (Mobile Broad Band) 1st came out with the 100MB plan, this use to be tier 3 plan, but is now a tier 2. If you signed up when the plan was tier 3 then your still pay tier 3 disconnection fees as per you TMSA (Telecom Mobile Service Agreement).


Disconnection Fees

Call Plan Tier

Months Remaining on 12M contract

Months Remaining on 24M contract

Months Remaining on 36M contract

Amount
(Excl. GST)

Tier 1

12-10

24 - 22

36 - 34

$311.11

9-7

21 - 13

33 - 19

$177.77

6-1

12-1

18-1

$115.55

Out of contract

Out of contract

Out of contract

$0

Tier 2

 12-10

24 - 22

36 - 34

$444.44

9-7

21 - 13

33 - 19

$311.11

6-1

12 - 1

18 – 1

$164.44

Out of contract

Out of contract

Out of contract

$0

Tier 3

 12-10

24 - 22

36 - 34

$622.22

9-7

21 - 13

33 - 19

$444.44

6-1

12 - 1

18 - 1

$248.88

Out of contract

Out of contract

Out of contract

$0

Tiers 4 & 5

12-10

24 - 22

36 - 34

$800.00

9-7

21 - 13

33 - 19

$577.77

6-1

12 - 1

18 - 1

$311.11

Out of contract

Out of contract

Out of contract

$0








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  Reply # 33689 23-Apr-2006 10:56
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adamj: On VF you get the Data card for free on a 24 month term dont you?


True, but how many true 3G coverage area's to Voda have????

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  Reply # 33690 23-Apr-2006 11:06
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Jaffa: Hot offer



Get 1GB of Mobile Broadband Data for only $49+GST per month.



Buy a Mobile Broadband Data Card on either a 24 month or open term plan before 9 July 2006, and you can get 1GB of mobile broadband data each month for only $49+GST per month on our Mobile Broadband 1GB data plan.



You'll pay only $199+GST for your Mobile Broadband Data Card when you sign up for 24 months, or just $443.55+GST if you sign up on an open term.



Any data used over 1GB will be charged at $0.50+GST per MB.



View our Terms and Conditions for this limited off



on website now.


The major things to note.

The monthly access fee of $49+gst will apply until:
The 1GB plan is terminated
You transfer to another MBB plan, or
The 24 month minimum term expires.

At the expirey of the 24months telecom reserve the rights to transfer customers on open term, or customers whose 24 month minimum term commitment has come to an end, to a similar data plan.

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