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Topic # 24315 21-Jul-2008 13:15
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I notice under the $1 a day casual plans there are a bunch of free sites you can access. Are these the same for the iPhone plans? I tried to email Vodafone customer service about this, but it's been a week and still no reply.

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  Reply # 149868 21-Jul-2008 13:41
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Possibly. I say that because most of those sites are WAP based and the iPhone doesn't have a WAP browser.

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Reply # 150143 22-Jul-2008 10:22
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My understnading of this situation is that you can't go onto a Casual Rate Data Plan with the new 3G iPhone, you have to go onto one of their exorbitantly over priced/very smalll Data Allowance Plans for their Mobile Data Network. Unless of course you visit www.unlockit.co.nz whilst connected to a WiFi Network on your 3G iPhone & Vala! you now have a fancy 3G iPhone of which you can use on PrePay on a Casual Rate Data Plan!! The way it should of always been, but no thanks to Apple, you had the say on this AFAIK.

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