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Topic # 201762 2-Sep-2016 13:25
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So my contract ended a few months ago but I wanted to leave the resign until the iPhone 7 is released, my question is.

 

When Vodafone start taking pre-orders how to I go about ordering my new phone, getting the rebate applicable to my phone and make sure I am very early on so I get my phone of release?

 

I have always gone through the business end and never managed to get my phone on release, only a few days later (oh the humanity!) 

 

Who has pre-ordered from Vodafone using a resign?

 

Thanks for any advise.


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  Reply # 1621411 2-Sep-2016 13:53
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You need to wait to see if pre sales happen



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  Reply # 1624336 6-Sep-2016 07:04
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thecatsgoolies: You need to wait to see if pre sales happen

 

That's funny!

 

Lets assume the pre-sale is happening, how does one go about renewing their plan?

 

Do I need my account number, password, do I need to call or can it be done online?

 

I have never had to do this as part of a pre-order before.

 

I am sure heaps have so looking for their advise.

 

 


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  Reply # 1624352 6-Sep-2016 07:41
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Any handsets that can be done on pre-order is always on the VodafoneNZ main site and can ordered on the site

Something like the next iPhone would be very clear on the Vodafone site if / when pre-order does happen

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  Reply # 1624570 6-Sep-2016 13:08
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I've done this in the past. This is how it worked that time:

 

1. Go onto Vodafone's web site and log in with your MyVodafone details.

 

2. When the pre-order goes live, a button appears on the iPhone page.

 

3. You go through the ordering process, choose the type you want etc. When you click through, on a second page you select that you want to re-sign your contract.

 

4. In the days before delivery, you'll get an invoice in your email with an acknowledgement that your re-sign has been processed including any new plan details. In the background, a Vodafone rep has done the paperwork and extended your contract.

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1624572 6-Sep-2016 13:11
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gmanp:

I've done this in the past. This is how it worked that time:


1. Go onto Vodafone's web site and log in with your MyVodafone details.


2. When the pre-order goes live, a button appears on the iPhone page.


3. You go through the ordering process, choose the type you want etc. When you click through, on a second page you select that you want to re-sign your contract.


4. In the days before delivery, you'll get an invoice in your email with an acknowledgement that your re-sign has been processed including any new plan details. In the background, a Vodafone rep has done the paperwork and extended your contract.


 


 



Prefect! That is what I wanted to know :)

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Reply # 1624585 6-Sep-2016 13:35
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Glad to help! smile


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