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Topic # 196551 3-Jun-2016 21:06
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Does Vodafone still offer the free2call 0800 plans where you get an 0800 number attached to your on-account mobile?  I can't find any mention of this on their website.

 

There used to be several 0800 calling plans advertised, two of them were free2call 75 and free2call 250

 

 

 

I have several such numbers attached to my mobile and have had them since 2007 on the 75 and 250 plans.  I'm asking because a customer of mine needed an 0800 number for her business and went and signed up for one with Vodafone, had it attached to her mobile and is paying quite a high price so she says, she didn't have her bill at the time but I did tell her about the 0800 numbers I had and the plans I was on for them.  The free2call 250 I pay $45+GST per month and give me 250min of incoming 0800 calls from any origin in NZ.

 

Whats more I very seldom receive telemarketing/scam calls from overseas as the numbers are blocked from incoming calls originating from overseas, the very few I do receive are from scammers using NZ voip accounts, and its probably in the order of 1 or 2 per year.


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  Reply # 1566930 7-Jun-2016 10:33
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Hi

 

Yes we do, it's called TollFree now and shout if you need any more details.

 

m





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  Reply # 1566943 7-Jun-2016 10:48
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MikeHales:

 

Hi

 

Yes we do, it's called TollFree now and shout if you need any more details.

 

m

 

 

Thanks, is the free2call 250 for $45+GST/month still available?


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  Reply # 1566955 7-Jun-2016 10:59
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Just the National and International TollFree





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