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  Reply # 487609 29-Jun-2011 23:40
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---ETA: that is, of course, of the mobile broadband plans are actually changing. Seems from the above that they aren't.---

Prepaid Mobile Broadband is not changing.

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  Reply # 487670 30-Jun-2011 08:43
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tdgeek: ---ETA: that is, of course, of the mobile broadband plans are actually changing. Seems from the above that they aren't.---


Prepaid Mobile Broadband is not changing.


Thanx.  It's nice to know..




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  Reply # 487818 30-Jun-2011 13:05
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It looks like the smartphone extras for prepaid have disappeared. So if I tried adding a pack I'd lose my 1gig for $24 and 2500txt for $14. So I'll stick with what I've got!

I note there are no bonuses for topping up prepaid anymore. The free weekend deal has just finished today (although still advertised on specials page). I got my last four weekends by topping up yesterday

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1eStar: It looks like the smartphone extras for prepaid have disappeared. So if I tried adding a pack I'd lose my 1gig for $24 and 2500txt for $14. So I'll stick with what I've got!



I note there are no bonuses for topping up prepaid anymore. The free weekend deal has just finished today (although still advertised on specials page). I got my last four weekends by topping up yesterday


I noticed the removal of smartphone extra today in the morning as well. The prepay bonus scheme ended back in January. The free weekend deal is also not being renewed either. I am also sticking to my smartphone extra $28 plan for now.




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