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Topic # 185564 27-Nov-2015 15:59
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INFO is now up on VodafoneNZ site and no minimum spend per month

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/


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  Reply # 1436156 27-Nov-2015 16:04
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Looks good for some would certainly suit my dad will go shopping for him Thaks Johnr




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  Reply # 1436158 27-Nov-2015 16:07
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My Mum is moving to it now from FreebeeTALK

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1436161 27-Nov-2015 16:14
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Copying Skinny eh,

 

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  Reply # 1436163 27-Nov-2015 16:17
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Yabanize: Copying Skinny eh, Imitation is the best form of flattery


Well you could say they're just reviving Supa Prepay.



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  Reply # 1451362 16-Dec-2015 10:17
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Update national SMS now 1 cent and credit still valid 360 days :)

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  Reply # 1451540 16-Dec-2015 13:08
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johnr: INFO is now up on VodafoneNZ site and no minimum spend per month

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/



Unless you are very text heavy, Warehouse Mobile's 2c/txt, 4c/min, 6c/MB offers a better value proposition.



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  Reply # 1451543 16-Dec-2015 13:16
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johnr: INFO is now up on VodafoneNZ site and no minimum spend per month

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/



Unless you are very text heavy, Warehouse Mobile's 2c/txt, 4c/min, 6c/MB offers a better value proposition.


@stinger credit expiring in 31 days compared to 360 days offers better value for low users, If they use more than $10 a month then they should be on a $9 or $19 prepay plan anyway

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  Reply # 1451544 16-Dec-2015 13:17
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johnr: INFO is now up on VodafoneNZ site and no minimum spend per month

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/



Unless you are very text heavy, Warehouse Mobile's 2c/txt, 4c/min, 6c/MB offers a better value proposition.

They both have their pro's and cons. Warehouse has a minimum $10 month spend, but for a super low user you could top up $20 per year with Vodafone.




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  Reply # 1451546 16-Dec-2015 13:20
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johnr: INFO is now up on VodafoneNZ site and no minimum spend per month

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/



Unless you are very text heavy, Warehouse Mobile's 2c/txt, 4c/min, 6c/MB offers a better value proposition.

They both have their pro's and cons. Warehouse has a minimum $10 month spend, but for a super low user you could top up $20 per year with Vodafone.


and carryover the unused credit for another 12 months on the Vodafone number

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  Reply # 1451580 16-Dec-2015 13:49
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Nice. Now the warehouse will have to update every single price of signage that says they have the lowest standard rates in NZ.

That is going to cost them a pretty penny.

GGWP Voda

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  Reply # 1451775 16-Dec-2015 18:14
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Does this mean that the freebies plans are no longer if you switch, as I can't see them as an option anymore? There are some good things about the freebies plans which don't seem to be available on the new plans, such as $2 / hr calls to the UK. Whereas this new plan is capped. I think this new plan is great, and puts pressure on 2 degrees who's similar plan is now a lot more.



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  Reply # 1451779 16-Dec-2015 18:17
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mattwnz: Does this mean that the freebies plans are no longer if you switch, as I can't see them as an option anymore? There are some good things about the freebies plans which don't seem to be available on the new plans, such as $2 / hr calls to the UK. Whereas this new plan is capped. I think this new plan is great, and puts pressure on 2 degrees who's similar plan is now a lot more.


@mattwnz FreebeeDATA / TALK has been EOL for a long time now, Once moved off customers can't move back

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  Reply # 1451802 16-Dec-2015 18:31
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I'm currently on Supa Prepay. If I change to Prepay Pay & Go will I keep my balance?



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Reply # 1451804 16-Dec-2015 18:34
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Gouda: I'm currently on Supa Prepay. If I change to Prepay Pay & Go will I keep my balance?


@Gouda Of course you will keep any credit (Prepay balance) it's just a Prepay plan change but once you move you can't move back to SupaPrepay

Think if a Prepay customer had $300 and they changed Prepay plan and we wiped it out to zero, Not a good look

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  Reply # 1451813 16-Dec-2015 18:45
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NonprayingMantis: Nice. Now the warehouse will have to update every single price of signage that says they have the lowest standard rates in NZ.

That is going to cost them a pretty penny.

GGWP Voda


Not necessarily. The VF offer is 'for a limited time' therefore it implies it is a promotional offer and not a standard rate.




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