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# 207873 17-Jan-2017 20:34
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What is the charge per month, to keep as the only service on an account a @vodafone.net.nz email address?

I have been told two story's, that it is $6 per month the is that the .net.nz emails can not be a sole service on an account, to those in the know which is it and how is this set up if it can be done?

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  # 1705412 18-Jan-2017 19:16
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Why would you want to? It's just like having an @xtra address. I wouldn't pay for the privilege.




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  # 1705418 18-Jan-2017 19:23
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It's a business email address,

 
 
 
 


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  # 1705438 18-Jan-2017 20:09
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johny99: It's a business email address,

 

 

 

Seems an even better reason to move it off an ISP then.






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  # 1717926 9-Feb-2017 21:08
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Yep I think that's correct. Was shut down years ago by Intergen and migrated across to the TP2 Fixed line service and free to anyone who still had a mobile broadband account from memory. Once that shut down, charge applied having it on Fixed line.

 

 

 

Could be wrong but that's how I remember it.


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  # 1717966 9-Feb-2017 21:58
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I pay ~$5 for my 2 old ihug address through Vodafone. I think you can have up to 3 for the same amount. Their webmail client (https://webmail.vodafone.co.nz/vfwebmail/) has vodafone.net.nz so I assume it would be the same.


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