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  Reply # 1950547 2-Feb-2018 09:47
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Yes, true for My Flex plan, can start at $10





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  Reply # 1950641 2-Feb-2018 10:57
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@StevieT bit off topic but you can top-up with amounts smaller than $20 in the mobile App or the Vodafone site this was changed a long time ago

 

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Don't see that available when I log in here https://www.vodafone.co.nz/#sign-in


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  Reply # 1950644 2-Feb-2018 10:58
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@StevieT Go through the app





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  Reply # 1950664 2-Feb-2018 12:21
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StevieT:

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@StevieT bit off topic but you can top-up with amounts smaller than $20 in the mobile App or the Vodafone site this was changed a long time ago


Linux



Don't see that available when I log in here https://www.vodafone.co.nz/#sign-in



@StevieT As I said in the mobile App or Vodafone site not sure why you posted a reply before trying both of the options I told you!

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StevieT:

 

Linux:

 

 

 

@StevieT bit off topic but you can top-up with amounts smaller than $20 in the mobile App or the Vodafone site this was changed a long time ago

 

 

 

Linux

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't see that available when I log in here https://www.vodafone.co.nz/#sign-in

 



@StevieT As I said in the mobile App or Vodafone site not sure why you posted a reply before trying both of the options I told you!

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Both avenues don't work.


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  Reply # 1950671 2-Feb-2018 12:35
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StevieT:


Linux:


 


@StevieT bit off topic but you can top-up with amounts smaller than $20 in the mobile App or the Vodafone site this was changed a long time ago


 


Linux


 



 


Don't see that available when I log in here https://www.vodafone.co.nz/#sign-in




@StevieT As I said in the mobile App or Vodafone site not sure why you posted a reply before trying both of the options I told you!

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Both avenues don't work.



I'm sure the App does or the VodafoneNZ site try again

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  Reply # 1950672 2-Feb-2018 12:39
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I'm sure the App does or the VodafoneNZ site try again

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Tried both once again, no change in the outcome. In private message discussion with Mike regarding this.


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  Reply # 1950691 2-Feb-2018 12:59
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Meh if you want to check SMS the number to 300

 

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That isn't enough to check if they are eligible for free on-net calls. For example, texting 300 will say it is a '2 degrees number' when the other number is on Warehouse Mobile (which is 2degress's MVNO), but it is not eligible for free calls from a 2 degress mobile on an eligible plan. Very annoying.

 

 


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  Reply # 1950701 2-Feb-2018 13:14
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Meh if you want to check SMS the number to 300


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That isn't enough to check if they are eligible for free on-net calls. For example, texting 300 will say it is a '2 degrees number' when the other number is on Warehouse Mobile (which is 2degress's MVNO), but it is not eligible for free calls from a 2 degress mobile on an eligible plan. Very annoying.


 



Then the end user should be entitled to a refund @2Degreescare

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  Reply # 1950707 2-Feb-2018 13:25
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I'm sure the App does or the VodafoneNZ site try again

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Tried both once again, no change in the outcome. In private message discussion with Mike regarding this.



My Vodafone App and credit card payment

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  Reply # 1950708 2-Feb-2018 13:29
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Linux:

 

 

 

I'm sure the App does or the VodafoneNZ site try again

Linux

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tried both once again, no change in the outcome. In private message discussion with Mike regarding this.

 



My Vodafone App and credit card payment

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Have had the matter clarified and sorted by Mike. The top ups of $20.00 will continue, rather than only $18.


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  Reply # 1950724 2-Feb-2018 13:44
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You can do $10 top ups and above via the App

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