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Topic # 17065 9-Nov-2007 19:59
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Hi guys, I remember seeing someone here worked for Vodafone, so I thought I might ask this question, and clear it up for possibly hundreds, if not thousands of people. With Txt2000, it recurs a month after you first add the Addon. Now then, does it recur at the start or end of that day? Say it recurs on the 10th(tomorrow), when should I stop txting if I don't have the required $10 to recur? This has happened to me and many others...

So basically, if that was entire BS to you: plz explain the basics of Txt2000, such as the intricate details of the recur every month.

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  Reply # 94511 9-Nov-2007 20:31
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Mate, very good question. Unfortunately asking @ 8PM on a Friday night the best thing you can do is stop txting at midnight tonight and give 777 a call when they open at 8AM tomorrow morning and confirm exactly when your addon ticks over.



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  Reply # 94521 9-Nov-2007 23:02
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Lol, cheers for that. Maybe I'll figure it out the tried-and-tested way:trial and error!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 94785 12-Nov-2007 11:22
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I know with Supa Prepay the 90 day credit expiry ends on the MORNING of the expiry date e.g 12:01am. I personally think this is very confusing and I've been caught out once as I don't use my PP connection that much.


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