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Topic # 14317 27-Jun-2007 13:43
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Hi! has any members here went to Australia and used a Vodafone Nz prepay simcard?
Id like to know if The Vodafone (australia) top recharge number can be used on the Vodafone (nz) ?

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  Reply # 76104 27-Jun-2007 13:47
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ch0cb0mb: Id like to know if The Vodafone (australia) top recharge number can be used on the Vodafone (nz) ?

I very much doubt it.  You have to keep your mobile topped up while overseas and the easiest way to do it is via HOTLINK if your bank supports it.

Hotlink is great -- it's by far the easiest way to top up.  A lot less key presses than using a credit card and even simpler than buying a card at a dairy or wherever.

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  Reply # 76113 27-Jun-2007 15:14

Unfortunetly they don't, only the Vodafone NZ recharge cards work on the NZ connections. as Grant said hotlink is the easiest way, also 777 works if you're using VFAU so you're able to use credit card to top up also

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 76125 27-Jun-2007 17:06
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thanks guys!

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