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# 141192 4-Mar-2014 12:26
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Two cap increases in six weeks, thanks!

I received a letter about six weeks ago from Vodafone saying that my 200GB plan would increase to 250GB at no extra costs from March 1.  I looked at my usage meter today to check this had happened and saw that my allowance was actually 500GB, I thought this was a mistake until I saw my bill which had a note saying that my allowance had increased from 250GB to 500GB at no extra cost.  It was never 250Gb but thanks Vodafone.

I'll be hard pressed to get through that but i will give it a crack!




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  # 998728 4-Mar-2014 12:41
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What plan are you on?

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# 998798 4-Mar-2014 13:35
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There is a wide system error on vodafone. The upgrade was a misteka





 
 
 
 




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  # 998802 4-Mar-2014 13:37
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johnr: What plan are you on?


 

From the bill it's Naked Broadband Entertain Red

500GB is as good as unmetered to me.   I can go through 200 but it's nice to have a 300GB buffer.


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  # 998816 4-Mar-2014 13:55
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Correct that is now a 500GB plan



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  # 998835 4-Mar-2014 14:21
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nakedmolerat: There is a wide system error on vodafone. The upgrade was a misteka


Not according to JohnR, above.



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