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Topic # 111791 15-Nov-2012 08:22
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My naked connection went from 60GB to 100GB overnight. Yay!

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  Reply # 717476 15-Nov-2012 08:58
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+1 Thanks Vodafone.





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  Reply # 717500 15-Nov-2012 09:32
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We also have new data caps on the non-naked (clothed, phone and broadband) Choice and Mega plans

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband/

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  Reply # 717521 15-Nov-2012 10:01
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I've been looking forward to being able to tell people about the new Chocka plan. I know a few mates who will be pleased.




Please note: I have a professional bias towards Vodafone.

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  Reply # 717524 15-Nov-2012 10:10
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Jaxar: I've been looking forward to being able to tell people about the new Chocka plan. I know a few mates who will be pleased.


Chocka Naked

$75 200GB then double your data +$40 400GB = $115 <-- If my math is correct

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  Reply # 717527 15-Nov-2012 10:15
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Kraven: My naked connection went from 60GB to 100GB overnight. Yay!

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Mine too - this is superb!!

On top of everything else, a huge thanks johnr and the rest of the VF team :-)

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  Reply # 717528 15-Nov-2012 10:16
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Now its time for the friends at Vodafone TelstraClear to share the love with its Cable customers and increase their caps




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  Reply # 717530 15-Nov-2012 10:17
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KiwiNZ: Now its time for the friends at Vodafone TelstraClear to share the love with its Cable customers and increase their caps


TelstraClear is running as a separate business for now

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  Reply # 717546 15-Nov-2012 10:33
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johnr:
KiwiNZ: Now its time for the friends at Vodafone TelstraClear to share the love with its Cable customers and increase their caps


TelstraClear is running as a separate business for now


That's why I referred to them as friends as the marriage has not yet been consummated Tongue Out




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  Reply # 717570 15-Nov-2012 10:59
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The Parents have given permission so it is as good as consummated! Laughing




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  Reply # 717592 15-Nov-2012 11:37
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johnr: We also have new data caps on the non-naked (clothed, phone and broadband) Choice and Mega plans

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband/


So these updates don't apply to the Ultimate plans?

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  Reply # 717596 15-Nov-2012 11:45
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you bumped the biggest plan up by 20gb (clothed DSL) - thats still not competitive enough.

I agree the naked ones are good value, but not the clothed ones.




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  Reply # 717602 15-Nov-2012 11:49
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Yusss, thanks Vodafone!



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  Reply # 717618 15-Nov-2012 12:17
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NZCoderGuy: you bumped the biggest plan up by 20gb (clothed DSL) - thats still not competitive enough.

I agree the naked ones are good value, but not the clothed ones.


There is a 200GB clothed plan but I can only see it on the front page - it doesn't appear on www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband. Probably just a web-design fail and will get fixed soon.


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  Reply # 717621 15-Nov-2012 12:25
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Kraven:
NZCoderGuy: you bumped the biggest plan up by 20gb (clothed DSL) - thats still not competitive enough.

I agree the naked ones are good value, but not the clothed ones.


There is a 200GB clothed plan but I can only see it on the front page - it doesn't appear on www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband. Probably just a web-design fail and will get fixed soon.



it's not actually a 200GB plan. it's the 100GB plan with double data applied.
The difference is subtle but it means you cannot then double the 200GB to 400GB by paying the extra $30 like you cna with the Naked 200GB plan.

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  Reply # 717623 15-Nov-2012 12:26
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Kraven:
NZCoderGuy: you bumped the biggest plan up by 20gb (clothed DSL) - thats still not competitive enough.

I agree the naked ones are good value, but not the clothed ones.


There is a 200GB clothed plan but I can only see it on the front page - it doesn't appear on www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband. Probably just a web-design fail and will get fixed soon.



Okay that looks better.. but still - I recently switched to Orcon because the cap wasn't worth it. and looks like it still isn't (but getting better IMO)





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