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  Reply # 1451818 16-Dec-2015 18:49
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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.

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Fineprint at the bottom of the sign says when they compared it.

Monthly expiry is BS tho. Means micromanaging it with a monthly topup. May as well go on skinny or vodafone $9 pack and whack $120 a year on it. Then its a once a year thing.




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  Reply # 1451820 16-Dec-2015 18:49
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The warehouse offer is not cast in stone. Expect better pricing and combo deals in the new year. They are just testing the prepay market at the moment.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1451822 16-Dec-2015 18:53
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johnr:
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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Just thought i'd make sure! :) Seems like there isn't a disadvantage from changing plans, Pay & Go seems to be similar to Supa Prepay but cheaper. 

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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

 

 

 

Called it.

 

 

 

http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/warehouse-ad-impaired-public-confidence-advertising-ca-p-184726

 

Article is paid,  but visible summary says:  

 

"Vodafone has forced the Warehouse to remove advertisements promoting the retailer’s new mobile offering as having the lowest prepay prices."


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  Reply # 1492439 15-Feb-2016 09:57
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Does anyone know anyone actually using this, not just people who bought a sim just because.





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