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# 214441 11-May-2017 22:05
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We have an old device, but it has the Vodafone App.

 

The phone is on pre-pay.

 

The app says: Balance $13.19 (The pre-pay plan is $15.00 per month)

 

But has an asterisk i.e. 'Please top up to renew your plan'

 

At the bottom of the app it says 'CREDIT EXPIRES 05 APR' - Cannot see any Year. I don't know how I can see it.

 

So what is the app telling me.

 

Do I need to top up immediately?

 

If so, how do I know when it expired or in the future when it will expire?

 

Perhaps, the phone is too small to show all the information. I think it is 4 inch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  # 1779900 11-May-2017 22:08
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  # 1779951 12-May-2017 00:02
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What is the actual Prepay base plan? If you have topped up recently then it's 05 April 2017

 

You call also call 777 and go thru the IVR menu to hear credit expiry date, If the number is not used much then the best Prepay base plan is Pay&Go

 

1 cent SMS and 20 cents per minute calling and credit still valid for 1 year from last topup

 

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