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Topic # 87043 18-Jul-2011 15:30
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Quick Question: Does anyone know how much data costs on the XT 'On the One Bill' plan? 

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  Reply # 494870 18-Jul-2011 16:39
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My guess is that unless you have a specific plan added it will be charged at the casual rate. I can't see anything in their T&Cs that state a mobile broadband plan isn't available to add to the On The One Bill plan, so you should be able to add whatever data plan/allowance that suits you to your One Bill plan.




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  Reply # 494871 18-Jul-2011 16:41
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Source: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/yourmobile/plansandpricing

"... all XT mobiles automatically have access to the casual data rate of $1 a day for up to 10MB and $1 for each additional megabyte in the same day. And you'll only be charged on the days you use data."

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"Plus you'll also have the flexibility to personalise your plan by adding Data Extras and Text Extras - they're described above on this page."




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Reply # 494901 18-Jul-2011 17:37
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Ah, perfect. Thank you very much!

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