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  Reply # 1074973 26-Jun-2014 13:00
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The thing I'm interested is the self service. Eg, I see that the unlimited cable plans have come down and I can't find mention of the 150gb play plan we signed up to a month ago. I'd like to see what the price difference is/can we upgrade but to do this I'd have to ring up which I can't be bothered to do at the moment.

Not sure if the VF self service is capable of this but I do see it mentioned on this site and often think it would be handy.



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  Reply # 1074976 26-Jun-2014 13:12

NZ255: The thing I'm interested is the self service. Eg, I see that the unlimited cable plans have come down and I can't find mention of the 150gb play plan we signed up to a month ago. I'd like to see what the price difference is/can we upgrade but to do this I'd have to ring up which I can't be bothered to do at the moment.

Not sure if the VF self service is capable of this but I do see it mentioned on this site and often think it would be handy.




Yep, the 150GB plan has been grandfathered. I take it you haven't received the first bill yet? :)

If you could flick me a private message with your account number, I'll take a look for you.

Cheers,

 - Nik




Product Manager @ PB Tech

https://pbtech.co.nz/smartphones


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