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shrub
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  #1175384 13-Nov-2014 19:03
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Andib:
shrub: 47 mins on hold to activate the sim due to the fact there is not an option to have no plan. SORT IT OUT.


Simply Calling 777 will activate the sim. Speaking to someone isn't going to change the option of not having a casual rate plan.

Once a prepay plan is grandfathered there is no way for you or any CSR to put you on it.



No it does not unless u select one of 3 options none of which i was happy with. So i opted to be transferred to someone to help waited 10 mins and was hung up on. While waiting on hold i setup my Vodafone to top up and it sent me a conformation txt but when i wanted to top up there was an error MSISDN not setup. So i had to call back again 47 mins later the CSR was quickly ale to activate the number.

old3eyes
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  #1175386 13-Nov-2014 19:08
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KiwiNZ: I have found Pre Pay in general a pain from all Telco's , I switched to On Account some time back  and its pain free.


Unless you're talking of Sparks $19 Onebill then other post pays are too expensive.  Skinny's $16  / month  with auto topup is hard to beat..




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MikeB4
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  #1175407 13-Nov-2014 19:37
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old3eyes:
KiwiNZ: I have found Pre Pay in general a pain from all Telco's , I switched to On Account some time back  and its pain free.


Unless you're talking of Sparks $19 Onebill then other post pays are too expensive.  Skinny's $16  / month  with auto topup is hard to beat..


For me On account is set and forget, no messing around I use my phone and pay once a month no hassle well worth the amount I pay.

Yabanize
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  #1175453 13-Nov-2014 20:48
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Prepay isnt exactly VF's strong point

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