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Topic # 209142 14-Mar-2017 14:21
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I have an extra number work related, now I noticed that 2 degrees have their texts at 20C while recently noticed the texts now cost 1c on my vodafone number! wow. So I figured I will move my 2 degrees number to vodafone, whats the thin about 99c recurring charge?? I pay 99c per month to have a prepay account with vodafone? I dont get it.

 

 

 

Also had a few vodafone sims here but its saying sim registration failed, they dont?? So I have to buy a new sim? I will be moving my number to pay and go. thanks! seems like a really nice and well priced plan.


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  Reply # 1736361 14-Mar-2017 14:35
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99c recurring charge is On Accont only, SIM registration failed means no number attached to the SIM card (I would say Prepay number expired)

Pay&Go is the Prepay plan you want

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/pay-and-go/

Move my number to Vodafone here if moving to Prepay to have to have a active Prepay number first

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/mobile-plans/switch-to-vodafone/

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