whaka: Just been chekcing the new iPhone plans and notice that the $250 plan has disappeared meaning that it is no longer possible to buy the iPhone in NZ at the Steve Jobs quoted price of $199.
PaulBrislen:whaka: Just been chekcing the new iPhone plans and notice that the $250 plan has disappeared meaning that it is no longer possible to buy the iPhone in NZ at the Steve Jobs quoted price of $199.
I think you need to go back and listen to Steve's speech again.
The $250 plan has not vanished - it is no longer exclusively an iPhone only plan so it's not on the iPhone only plan page. You can still get it, but now you can get it on any device. We were inundated with customers (particularly business customers) wanting access to this plan on other devices, so that's what we've done.
You can still get it on the iPhone but the iPhone plan page is for iPhone exclusive plans so it's not there.
Ask for it in store though.
Overclocker01:How do you get it if your nearest VF store is a 300km round trip?!
gmball: Actually these new plans will suit me...
I use several hundred minutes per month, but mostly through Vodafone family, and bestmates... the $40 offering is fine as I very rarely use more than 20 minutes per month to other numbers.
Hence why I am very keen to hear if vodafone family is now compatible with the iphone plans....... ........ ...... patiently waiting.....
maccrazy: Paul, I have a question. I bought an iPhone on the 3rd of August. It came with dust in the screen, so I have returned it and they are sending it back to Apple to be looked at. What I want to know is: Can I sign up for the $40 per month plan when I get it back and get a refund for the difference in price between buying it outright and the $849 price on the $40 per month plan? I won't sign up for a plan unless I receive a subsidy.Thanks. :)
How do you get it if your nearest VF store is a 300km round trip?!