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  Reply # 726725 4-Dec-2012 12:20
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Hi

Am I reading the Terms and conditions right. From the website it says "Your bonus expires after 30 days or if you top up earlier"

Does this mean if I sign up for Data 40 I get 1 Gb to use in a month. Then a week later I have used my credit and need to top up and only want to top up $20.00 I lose the 1Gb and end up with 250mb?

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  Reply # 726730 4-Dec-2012 12:32
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scheduler: Hi

Am I reading the Terms and conditions right. From the website it says "Your bonus expires after 30 days or if you top up earlier"

Does this mean if I sign up for Data 40 I get 1 Gb to use in a month. Then a week later I have used my credit and need to top up and only want to top up $20.00 I lose the 1Gb and end up with 250mb?


Each top up will reset the data / SMS bonus it does not add to it

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 727627 5-Dec-2012 20:50
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Seems like a good deal to me as unless I am misunderstanding something. I could get the $20 top up, get the freebees then switch to Smart19data after 30 days then go back to prepay freebees with another top up and repeat the pattern.

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  Reply # 727741 5-Dec-2012 22:57
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rocky7st: Seems like a good deal to me as unless I am misunderstanding something. I could get the $20 top up, get the freebees then switch to Smart19data after 30 days then go back to prepay freebees with another top up and repeat the pattern.


Sure can and to change between Prepay plans is no cost

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  Reply # 727745 5-Dec-2012 23:11
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rocky7st: Seems like a good deal to me as unless I am misunderstanding something. I could get the $20 top up, get the freebees then switch to Smart19data after 30 days then go back to prepay freebees with another top up and repeat the pattern.


But doesn't that smart data plan end for new switchers early next year?

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  Reply # 727746 5-Dec-2012 23:13
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mattwnz:
rocky7st: Seems like a good deal to me as unless I am misunderstanding something. I could get the $20 top up, get the freebees then switch to Smart19data after 30 days then go back to prepay freebees with another top up and repeat the pattern.


But doesn't that smart data plan end for new switchers early next year?


No just the promotion of the extra data at this stage

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