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Topic # 123432 7-Jul-2013 15:21
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So I was in Aus this week, back now after a somewhat treacherous flight.

That aside, while I was there, I was prepared to use some data. I didn't feel I was getting value for money purchasing 100mb for $15, so I thought I'd use casual. I was only there for 3 days and my phone crapped itself, so only really needed it for 2 days, given I spent most on my time in the office anyway where there was wifi.

Weirdly, I couldn't choose to use casual data straight off the bat, I was only presented with data angel pack options, which then became casual after you used the packaged amount.

Is there something special I needed to do to enable casual data? I tried to load up a page and it just redirected me to the data angels packs again.


Probably just being a numpty, but thought I'd ask.





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  Reply # 850457 7-Jul-2013 15:29
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Casual data can not be selected to stop bill shock



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  Reply # 850465 7-Jul-2013 15:54
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johnr: Casual data can not be selected to stop bill shock



Well that's easy. At least I'm not being daft.



Its a shame its not an option though, at least for us more clued up types, that can keep an eye on what we use. 
Maybe as like an advanced option?







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