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Topic # 23995 12-Jul-2008 17:38
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Does any one know if it's possible to link a new vodafone cellphone (on a you choose plan) to a pre-existing vodafone 3g broadband plan? As I've a 3GB 3G broadband plan and would be interested in getting an iphone, however I have no desire to pay for two seperate data plans which is what I'd effectively be doing, if I had to get a mobile data plan or iphone plan, in additon to my current broadband plan. If it is impossible is there any other reason than them trying to get you to pay twice for one thing? Surely from a technical point of view it should be simple enough to link all data usage for an account to an exiting data plan.

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  Reply # 147286 12-Jul-2008 23:34
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No, I was wanting to add a motormouth (only non term plan they have) to my no term mobile data connection, and the only way they would do it is to close the mobile data and then open the voice and add data to it.

Didnt bother since it would cause billing confusion with another bill for 2 months and I get the data reimbursed and it would cause issues with that.




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