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Topic # 152173 18-Sep-2014 13:14
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You like data, we like data. You want data? Have some data. New plans! Red. Now with a plus at the end. Sound familiar?

Red+ 24-month terms

Red+ Open Term plans

Data Test-Drive


Hit the arrows to the side of the open term plan page to see the rest of the plans.


24-Month term plans (With hardware subsidies):

Red+ Essentials
2.5GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Free second SIM to share data
$99/month

Red+
5GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Free second SIM to share data
$129/month

Red+ Super
8GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Free second SIM to share data
$169/month


Open term plans (No hardware subsidy):


Red+ Essentials
1.5GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Optional second SIM to share data ($10/month)
$69/month

Red+
5GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Optional second SIM to share data ($10/month)
$99/month

Red+ Super
8GB 4G data
Unlimited calling to NZ & Oz
Unlimited texting to NZ & Oz
Free Voicemail
Optional second SIM to share data ($10/month)
$129/month


More cool things to come for new & re-signing customers, including:

Family Deals

If you sign up to one of the above Red+ plans, and have a family member who wants a Red+ plan on open term, they can have that plan at a discounted rate.

Red+ Essentials Open Term with Family discount - $49/month

Red+ Open Term with Family discount - $69/month

Red+ Super Open Term with Family discount - $99/month

Data Test Drive

Get 25GB of data to use in your first month when you sign up to any 24 month Red+ plan or Red+ Essentials open term combined with 24 month interest free phone payments.

EDIT: Updated with Data Test Drive & second data-sharing SIM pricing for open term as of 1/10/14




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https://pbtech.co.nz/smartphones


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  Reply # 1131393 18-Sep-2014 13:22
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It is disappointed to see that there is a difference between the Data on Red+ Essentials term vs no term.






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  Reply # 1131394 18-Sep-2014 13:25
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$$$$

 


I think I will just stick with the $19




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  Reply # 1131398 18-Sep-2014 13:28
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Prepay $29 and the $29 on account plan have both been updated with 1GB of data as well.




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  Reply # 1131400 18-Sep-2014 13:31
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NikT: Prepay $29 and the $29 on account plan have both been updated with 1GB of data as well.


Just saw that, probs will switch to that!




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  Reply # 1131468 18-Sep-2014 14:39
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Just out of curiosity, I wonder if there is any point in Vodafone offering Prepay 29 and On Account Open term $29 plan since they both offer the same bundles, except one is prepay and the other is on account and with the added $5 roaming for on account?

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  Reply # 1131473 18-Sep-2014 14:49
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So do both sims have unlimited txt and calls or only one of them?

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  Reply # 1131481 18-Sep-2014 14:51
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Bee: So do both sims have unlimited txt and calls or only one of them?


The 2nd SIM for for use with a tablet - you won't be able to use it to make calls or text as far as I am aware (unless you use iMessage).




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  Reply # 1131484 18-Sep-2014 14:55
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Question:
When on an open term plan, should it roll up as the plan changes, or do I have to re-apply for the same deal?
I'm currently on the $29 open term plan but only showing as having 500MB and 150 minutes as opposed to the current offering of 1GB and 200 minutes.




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  Reply # 1131497 18-Sep-2014 15:01
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geoffwnz: Question:
When on an open term plan, should it roll up as the plan changes, or do I have to re-apply for the same deal?
I'm currently on the $29 open term plan but only showing as having 500MB and 150 minutes as opposed to the current offering of 1GB and 200 minutes.


Our team are currently in the process of migrating existing Red customers to the new Red+ plans. Once your account has been migrated, you'll be receiving a text message to advise. :)




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  Reply # 1131509 18-Sep-2014 15:09
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Demeter:
geoffwnz: Question:
When on an open term plan, should it roll up as the plan changes, or do I have to re-apply for the same deal?
I'm currently on the $29 open term plan but only showing as having 500MB and 150 minutes as opposed to the current offering of 1GB and 200 minutes.


Our team are currently in the process of migrating existing Red customers to the new Red+ plans. Once your account has been migrated, you'll be receiving a text message to advise. :)

Fantastic.  :-)
I shall await the text.
Thanks.  :-)




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  Reply # 1131556 18-Sep-2014 16:15
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As @NikT has pointed out already Prepay ' 29 ' went from 500MB to 1024MB so more than double, Customers already on Prepay 29 had a extra 524MB added early hours of this morning so they don't miss out either

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  Reply # 1131756 18-Sep-2014 19:59
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So no more data (or anything) for Prepay 19 then...? 750MB or more might tempt me over.

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  Reply # 1131781 18-Sep-2014 20:23
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1GB on $29 plans are good. Are ex-telstra cable internet plans likely to be billed with Vodafone mobile in the near future?

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  Reply # 1131789 18-Sep-2014 20:38
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D.W:  Are ex-telstra cable internet plans likely to be billed with Vodafone mobile in the near future?


Considering they still haven't intergrated ihug aka your standard Vodafone DSL bill with mobile yet, I wouldn't hold your breath on the 3rd system being done anytime soon.

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  Reply # 1131790 18-Sep-2014 20:41
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Tempting. But the lack of countries on the $5 roaming is what drove me to get a telecom contract connection for roaming next week...




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