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Topic # 22095 16-May-2008 13:16
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Log in and you can opt to stop paper statements!

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  Reply # 131248 16-May-2008 13:18
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I will do that right now Cool

Thanks Scott!

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  Reply # 131265 16-May-2008 14:50
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Ah, so it is. Search on vodafone.co.nz comes up with
Looks good to me...save the trees!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131599 18-May-2008 14:48
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Brilliant! I've tried (unsuccessfully) for the last 3 months to get my address corrected so now I don't have to bother!

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  Reply # 131617 18-May-2008 17:12
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yea, finally they have decided to go electronic invoice

save so many paper... again 22 pages for me for my usage... if they do print out all those numbers that i rang

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  Reply # 131660 18-May-2008 21:52
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jackyleunght2002: yea, finally they have decided to go electronic invoice

save so many paper... again 22 pages for me for my usage... if they do print out all those numbers that i rang


Acutally VF has had the ability to not print your usage on bills and just get the summary pages. Failing that, you can always recycle your bills so not a major.





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  Reply # 131668 18-May-2008 22:22
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When I changed to Vodafone I asked about this and they werent able to do this but what they were able to do is if I wanted was to not receive a invoice and just log into my Vodafone every month and see how much I owed them and payed the amount shown there but of course now that it is now electronic billing I will now be notified by email when my bill is ready to be seen.

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  Reply # 131678 19-May-2008 00:13
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zincj: Brilliant! I've tried (unsuccessfully) for the last 3 months to get my address corrected so now I don't have to bother!


I have not received a paper bill from them since I opened my account 6 months ago. Have rung several times, each time assured they have sorted it. Funnily enough they managed to send out the business cards with my name and number to the same address not long after I opened the account, but as far as bills go not a chance.

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  Reply # 137301 11-Jun-2008 12:48
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Can anyone explain why I don't have this option? I have a you choose on account plan, but there is NOTHING on any of My Account pages about paperless billing. I've been finding everything vodafone mentions is like this. It just isn't like they say it is.

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