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Topic # 193479 12-Mar-2016 12:24
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While in Australia last month I purchased a VF SIM card and $10 credit but didn't end up using them.

 

Its a full-size+micro SIM and the credit expires 10/8/2016.

 

 





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  Reply # 1511953 12-Mar-2016 13:15
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Are you sure you wanna sell that? I mean sure what's the worst that could happen, but it would be all tied to your name at the end of the day right? Unless of course you didn't have to give 10,000 forms of ID when you got it! :-P



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  Reply # 1511955 12-Mar-2016 13:21
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I just bought it at a dairy. I didnt sign any forms. Its a pre-pay card.

 

Its no use to me now. 

 

I was just going to bin it, but if it is of use to someone else......





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  Reply # 1511993 12-Mar-2016 14:31
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I thought you were required to give your details and provide ID if you purchase a SIM card in Australia? That is what I was expecting, when I go to Sydney in June.


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  Reply # 1512073 12-Mar-2016 16:53
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Should this be posted in offers and wanted?



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  Reply # 1512103 12-Mar-2016 18:19
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johnr: Should this be posted in offers and wanted?

 

There's a offers and wanted forum??





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  Reply # 1512104 12-Mar-2016 18:21
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kiwifidget:

 

johnr: Should this be posted in offers and wanted?

 

There's a offers and wanted forum??

 

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77




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  Reply # 1512106 12-Mar-2016 18:21
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StevieT:

 

I thought you were required to give your details and provide ID if you purchase a SIM card in Australia? That is what I was expecting, when I go to Sydney in June.

 

 

The guy in the dairy said you just put the sim in your phone and then txt the voucher pin to 1511.

 

I dont know if this really works coz I never used it.





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  Reply # 1512108 12-Mar-2016 18:22
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RunningMan:

 

kiwifidget:

 

johnr: Should this be posted in offers and wanted?

 

There's a offers and wanted forum??

 

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77

 

 

Cool, how do I move over?





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