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# 139187 30-Jan-2014 14:14
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Hi,

I just got a text from Vodafone saying my Red Essential Plan now also includes calls and texts to Aussie. Finally this has happened, and frankly I think this should have been included when these plans were introduced, I am paying $99/month afterall.

Anyway my question is: Does anyone know (johnr?) if these inclusions startsstraight away or from my next billing cycle?

Thanks in advance

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  # 977447 30-Jan-2014 14:16
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" now "



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  # 977471 30-Jan-2014 14:37
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Thanks johnr

 
 
 
 


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  # 977473 30-Jan-2014 14:41
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You could always send a SMS or make a call and if not zero rated let me know, You can check online a few hours later and check your usage

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  # 977490 30-Jan-2014 15:06
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If you use iOS or Android download our My Vodafone app. It'll show your current data balance and will tell you if you have unlimited minutes to NZ & OZ.

To get the My Vodafone app text the word "app" to 790 and we'll reply with the URL.



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  # 977501 30-Jan-2014 15:25
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VodafoneDylan: If you use iOS or Android download our My Vodafone app. It'll show your current data balance and will tell you if you have unlimited minutes to NZ & OZ.

To get the My Vodafone app text the word "app" to 790 and we'll reply with the URL.


That's a good point, I've already got the app on my phone, surely enough the inclusions start straight away.

Thanks VodafoneDylan and johnr

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