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  #952319 14-Dec-2013 20:15
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johnr: Have you got Smart19Data with NZBestmate or Smart19Data active?


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  #952324 14-Dec-2013 20:25
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rang the CSR again and the only way they can do it is if I topped up $20 they can remove the smart19 and add the 4g prepay :(

also the pack says $10 free credit if I sign up to my account - however the CSR says it's expired :(

I'd forgo the $10 credit if I could get one week's worth of 4g prepay :D just to check out whether to move from XT :D




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  #952326 14-Dec-2013 20:28
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You must of purchased the SIM pack before the $10 survey credit was removed as this offer had stickers placed over them and yes the CSR is correct the Smart19Data with NZBestmate would need to be removed and the Smart19Data_4G would need to be added



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  #952361 14-Dec-2013 21:29
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why do I want to pay $20 to lose $25?

don't they sell 4g prepay packs for $19? or am I living in the past?




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  #952363 14-Dec-2013 21:37
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Use up the bundle for a month and add it next month



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  #952508 15-Dec-2013 11:54
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Consistently 4 Mbps down 2 up around octagon.

Well be staying with telecom.

How do I know whether I'm in dc mode




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  #952509 15-Dec-2013 11:55
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  #952528 15-Dec-2013 12:48
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Thought this thread was about 4G? Handset / network decides if DC can be used and what server are you testing to?

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  #952531 15-Dec-2013 13:06
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Also make sure APN is ' vodafone '

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