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Topic # 225725 2-Dec-2017 17:00
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Looks like vodafone has new prepaid roaming options not as good as spark however.

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-roaming/ 


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  Reply # 1912026 2-Dec-2017 17:31
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New pricing are you sure? That pricing has not changed in years

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  Reply # 1912029 2-Dec-2017 17:41
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This is what i meant


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  Reply # 1912032 2-Dec-2017 17:49
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Not as good as On account $5 Roaming.


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  Reply # 1912063 2-Dec-2017 18:50
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Starscream122:

Not as good as On account $5 Roaming.



True but the minimum cost of prepay is a lot less than postpay.




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Reply # 1922568 20-Dec-2017 14:13
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  Reply # 1939151 15-Jan-2018 16:04
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Do you have to be roaming to buy the packs or can you buy before you leave NZ?

 

Asking because my daughter is going to Australia and I wanted her to have some mobile data while there...





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  Reply # 1939155 15-Jan-2018 16:08
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freitasm:

 

Do you have to be roaming to buy the packs or can you buy before you leave NZ?

 

Asking because my daughter is going to Australia and I wanted her to have some mobile data while there...

 

 

@freitasm Yes you can buy before leaving NZ but buy it on the day she fly's out

 

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  Reply # 1939358 15-Jan-2018 20:31
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So I just read that the $5 daily roaming expires at midnight NZ time. Does this mean that if I happen to buy the $5 package somewhere in the morning overseas but at close to midnight in NZ, the package will only last a little while? That would seem to be entirely unfair.

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  Reply # 1939377 15-Jan-2018 21:22
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From https://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-roaming/

 

Important things to know

 

     

  1. Remember - your bundle will be activated immediately so make sure you only purchase when you land!
  2. Roaming Add-Ons are valid until midnight NZ time. If you purchased the Add-On before midnight NZ time, you will be able to use it until midnight NZ time the next day. If you purchased the weekly Add-On before midnight NZ time, you will be able to use it for the next 7 full days (NZ time). We will confirm via TXT when your bundle is due to expire. It’s important you keep this date in mind.

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  Reply # 1939393 15-Jan-2018 21:56
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pkb: So I just read that the $5 daily roaming expires at midnight NZ time. Does this mean that if I happen to buy the $5 package somewhere in the morning overseas but at close to midnight in NZ, the package will only last a little while? That would seem to be entirely unfair.

 

@pkb You don't purchase $5 daily roaming but yes as per the terms & Conditions you are correct

 

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