Aaroona:SightUnseen:Aaroona: Right guys, heres a question for you all.
What would you feel about paying what Vodafone is offering is AUS?
Like i'm probably talking more in the terms of their plan structure. Where if you pay say $30 a month, you will get $150 credit to use on Calling, texting, voice mail, etc. (Not an acual plan, but it shows the basic layout)
Do you like the sound of this structure compared to our current one? I personally think its time for Vodafone to make major changes, and make it more like those plans offered by their other Vodafone provider next door.
Anyone agree?The mobile providers in Aus offer very convoluted plans as a rule, and it is difficult to compare to what we have here (or anywhere else). Ultimately they offer good value, but it almost always causes a brain haemorrhage when trying to work them out.The 'credit' they offer is nominal, and the charge per 30s, have flagfalls, etc.
Point taken. It took me a little longer to get the gist of it.
I wasn't exactly saying they should take what they have in AUS and copy it to NZ, though. I mean they should have a structure that kind of resembles what they have, because to me, I think most of their plans are of better value to here in NZ. and I know you said it wasn't exactly comparable. But Personally, I think they are at least somewhat comparable.
If your main point is the flexibility to use the cap as texts, calls, or data, then yes - this is definitely a good idea.