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Topic # 144248 12-May-2014 17:11
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I going to Ozz in a couple of months for a week  and as My self and wifey are on Telecom I decided to see who charges what in Prepay.  I looked on the Vodafone website but no info at all.  I talk a a CSR on the chat line who confirmed that there was no info on the website.  Why I don't know as everyone else has.  Any how she gave me the costs .
Voice call to NZ 79 c / min.  Dearer that 2D and Skinny but cheaper than Telecom, No info on AU to AU calls.  SMS  80C  same as every one else.  Data   $10 / Meg..  Are you pulling my chain here....  $10 / Meg???    I though Telecom was expensive at $1 / Meg.

 

Why so expensive..??

 

 

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1042499 12-May-2014 17:15
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AU is 50 cents per MB not $10 this changed about 18 - 24 months ago, INFO from the Vodafone NZ site when logged into a Prepay account

Roaming rates for Australia
Making calls to New Zealand or International $0.79 per minute for all calls
Making calls to numbers in Australia
Sending TXTs $0.80 per TXT
Data (including PXTs) $0.50 per MB
Receiving calls $1.00 per minute



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  Reply # 1042529 12-May-2014 17:52
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Thanx John.  Time to tell your CSRs then.. smile




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