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# 258621 13-Oct-2019 13:24
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I was just browsing the Vodafone website and see that on MyFlex Prepay you can now choose up to 40GB of data. Previously you could only have 4GB max. I'm surprised Vodafone haven't announced this on their social media platforms.

 

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay/myflex/

 

Good on ya Vodafone


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  # 2336263 13-Oct-2019 13:30
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$65~79.

 

 

 

That's quite sharp pricing. Even coming in below 2D's current..

 

I guess their network is really starting to get beefed up now :) 





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  # 2336265 13-Oct-2019 13:42
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Now if only Spark would sharpen their pricing/offers ;)


 
 
 
 


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  # 2336266 13-Oct-2019 13:42
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Great value for the $$ for sure


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# 2336268 13-Oct-2019 13:59
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Even better than skinny’s $66 30gb plan

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  # 2336373 13-Oct-2019 18:11
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Still only 3.5GB carry over.

Also seems that the lower tiers have been upped in price eg. 1.25GB, 50mins, unlimited txt was $16 now $18

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  # 2336379 13-Oct-2019 18:19
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2degrees still the king for 12 month carryover

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  # 2336423 13-Oct-2019 20:14
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Thats really nice pricing. I'd be switching if it included carry over and shared data like the 2d pay monthly plan I'm on does.

 

I don't think 2d prepay does data sharing though so not really a fair comparison I guess.

 

Wonder if the other networks will follow suit


 
 
 
 


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  # 2353199 14-Nov-2019 12:21
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Linux: 2degrees still the king for 12 month carryover

 

Skinny also has this.


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