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Topic # 12213 5-Mar-2007 12:05
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Interesting concept, good execution... More details here.

In summary "+64home cardholders can call two special numbers called "Roaming Priority Service" and "Rapid Response" to receive special assistance while travelling overseas.








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  Reply # 62829 5-Mar-2007 12:29
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And the system works really well 8-).

We've had the service for over a year now and it makes a big difference.

I've only had to use the priority service once - when setting up a whole load of equipment for a show in Vegas - and definitely found it reassuring that I could talk to someone immediately.

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  Reply # 62864 5-Mar-2007 17:23
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Now I'm waiting for Vodafone to launch a service for prepaid for 1/2 the price and 4 times the value.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 62867 5-Mar-2007 17:32
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/me wonders if we'll ever see Passport roaming in NZ. It was originally upposed to have been launched here a year ago..:-(


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  Reply # 63345 10-Mar-2007 23:01
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Very helpful service from my experience. I got signed up a year or two back... and have used it a number of times. It's great actually being able to get a quick response - a couple of weeks ago I spent well over an 1 hour 15 mins trying to get through to someone on Vodafone NZ's normal numbers (tried both 777 and 0800-800 021) and but never made it through.




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