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Topic # 224128 3-Nov-2017 19:58
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Check out @VodafoneIN’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/VodafoneIN/status/925608119362781184?s=09


VF India is suggesting this service , I think it would be awsome if NZ gets this too


What do you think, any chance ? Any VF staff here ?

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  Reply # 1894962 3-Nov-2017 20:15
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Telco staff can't speak about future plans or changes until official comms is announced

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  Reply # 1894972 3-Nov-2017 21:13
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Graham007 think this would be a case of economies of scale

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1895174 4-Nov-2017 11:34
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I think it will happen, probably with a couple of fair use policies.


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  Reply # 1895198 4-Nov-2017 13:34
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Very limited area of use.





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  Reply # 1895213 4-Nov-2017 14:31
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Vodafone Australia already has "$5 roaming" "for free" in New Zealand

 

https://www.vodafone.com.au/plans/international-roaming 

 

I think there might already be similar free roaming things between some European countries. A colleague has been travelling to India and comparing the Spark rates to the $5 daily rate for Vodafone... yeah, it's interesting. :)




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  Reply # 1895288 4-Nov-2017 18:34
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Very limited area of use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

were did u get this image from, is it voda from some other country, or is it completely diff provider.


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