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# 137956 14-Dec-2013 16:15
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http://4g.vodafone.co.nz/#COVERAGE

Is it Cat 3 or Cat 4? (I guess it doesn't matter if I have a galaxy s4 9505?)

I'm gonna check it out!




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  # 952293 14-Dec-2013 19:45
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@joker97 you will see a upgrade option to the 4G $19 addon in ' My Account ' and it will prorate if you already have the non 4G addon active




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  # 952309 14-Dec-2013 19:50
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Oh ... that was not what I was told by the csr ... I might do that...




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  # 952315 14-Dec-2013 20:11
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johnr: @joker97 you will see a upgrade option to the 4G $19 addon in ' My Account ' and it will prorate if you already have the non 4G addon active



it says "you cannot add this add on as you already have a smart add on. please cancel your smart add on first"

any ideas?




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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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