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Topic # 239701 31-Jul-2018 01:50
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Is there a way to change my plan from Myflex to Mates prepay? I can't see any option on My Vodafone and Google search doesn't give me much.


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  Reply # 2065579 31-Jul-2018 12:14
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There's no online option but they're so similar why switch?





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  Reply # 2065583 31-Jul-2018 12:29
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MikeHales:

 

There's no online option but they're so similar why switch?

 

 

@MikeHales Extra 500MB data included when you topup and 30 day plan not 28 like MyFlex if I remember corrrect

 

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Edit: 360 day carryover and the carryover minutes / data not capped like MyFlex

 

" Vodafone Mates Prepay Plan entitlements last for 30 days and any unused credit expires after 360 days "





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  Reply # 2065586 31-Jul-2018 12:34
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Yep, extra 500mb if you're in the age bracket and 30 days instead of 28. There's no way to switch between the two yourself as far as I know. Easiest way is go into a store/call up to switch to pay and go, then use the app to switch onto mates.


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  Reply # 2065588 31-Jul-2018 12:36
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" Any minutes and data in your Vodafone Mates Prepay plan that you haven't used in 30 days will carry over up to 360 days "

 

2Degrees does a Calendar month which is wayyyyyyyy better 

 

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  Reply # 2065669 31-Jul-2018 13:55
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Yeah like some of the comments, 30 days instead of 28 days. Also the cheapest combination on Mates is $11 but it's $13 for MyFlex, and for 2 less days. I am actually on 2degrees as they use calendar month and it has more value to me but My mother in law is on MyFlex but I want to switch it to Mates. Thanks guys.


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