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peejayw

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#20386 24-Mar-2008 19:55
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If you migrate from Preepay to Super Preepay, can you keep your number?




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johnr
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#118435 24-Mar-2008 19:57
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Yes its just a plan change! and credit is still valid for 365 days from each top up.

peejayw

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  #118436 24-Mar-2008 20:01
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Great, thanks!




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peejayw

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  #118460 25-Mar-2008 06:39
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So, apart from the ability to have add-ons, there is no other difference between Prepay and Super Prepay ?




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  #118463 25-Mar-2008 07:15
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peejayw: So, apart from the ability to have add-ons, there is no other difference between Prepay and Super Prepay ?
correct

peejayw

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  #118465 25-Mar-2008 07:27
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OK thanks. Just wondering why you need to be on Supa Prepay to be a part of the new Family option.




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  #118526 25-Mar-2008 13:09
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peejayw Not a silly question at all.

'Prepay' is the type of account you have with Vodafone, it basically means you pay before you use (hence pre-paid) and use the credit as you go.
Supaprepay is a pricing plan which is different to Motormouth what you were probably on previously.

Supaprepay is a pricing plan that allows you to have addons like TXT2000 and Bestmates, Family etc, but has different per minute rates to the other pricing plans, so there may be differences to move to Supaprepay.

Reccommend checking out
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/plans/prepay/supa-prepay.jsp

Compare them to the alternatives that are available at
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/plans/prepay/classic-prepay-plans.jsp



Hope this helps.

peejayw

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  #118534 25-Mar-2008 13:47
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It does, thanks.




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