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Topic # 123393 5-Jul-2013 18:25
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Someone at work asked me how you top up a Vodem stick.

I usually sign into my Vodafone account while on home internet and enter my Visa debit card details, then purchase the plan I'm wanting.

If you've run out of credit on your Vodem, can you still plug it in, open the text messaging application and free text a voucher code to 887, then text the applicable plan you want to the appropriate number? If so, I will advise the guy at work he can do it this way if he has no other access to the Internet like I would to top up my Vodem stick.

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  Reply # 849861 5-Jul-2013 18:32
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yes they can the Vodafone dashboard has the SMS option and they could register it online as well

If they do not know the mobile number to SIM they can SMS ' number ' to 521

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  Reply # 849863 5-Jul-2013 18:36
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Do they understand about buying preoay data bundles as well?



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  Reply # 850355 7-Jul-2013 10:54
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johnr: Do they understand about buying preoay data bundles as well?


Thanks, John, for your replies!

I will print out the applicable text codes to the relevant number for purchasing data bundles, and pass that onto him at work.

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