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Topic # 26163 14-Sep-2008 11:31
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Good morning all

Just a quick PrePay question – how do we check how much data we've used up on Vodafone’s current $1/day internet plan?

I’m currently on the Motormouth plan – when I tried logging into My Vodafone I can’t seem to find that option.

Many thanks!

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  Reply # 164322 14-Sep-2008 11:48
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kiwipork: Good morning all

Just a quick PrePay question – how do we check how much data we've used up on Vodafone’s current $1/day internet plan?

I’m currently on the Motormouth plan – when I tried logging into My Vodafone I can’t seem to find that option.

Many thanks!


As far as I know you cannot check how much data you have used.  You could find out by checking your phone's own data record but who knows how accurate that is:)

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  Reply # 164328 14-Sep-2008 13:01
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Hummm if its the same as on account, try via the web site .... once you have signed up ... the my vodafone/manage account part of the site gives you good detail... though delayed by about 90 mins ....



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  Reply # 164333 14-Sep-2008 14:00
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When you reach 8 meg a SMS is sent to the MSISDN advising of this and again when you reach 10 meg

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  Reply # 164337 14-Sep-2008 14:25
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johnr: When you reach 8 meg a SMS is sent to the MSISDN advising of this and again when you reach 10 meg


Johnr, in layman terms, what does "MSISDN" mean?  Would pre-pay customers receive a text, real-time?  Thanks.

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  Reply # 164339 14-Sep-2008 14:49

MSISDN = Phone number,

It means when you reach 8MB and 10MB you will receive a SMS to your phone advising you have used 8/10MB

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  Reply # 164340 14-Sep-2008 14:52
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cranz: MSISDN = Phone number,



It means when you reach 8MB and 10MB you will receive a SMS to your phone advising you have used 8/10MB


That's pretty good, thank you!:)



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Reply # 164344 14-Sep-2008 15:21
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Hi all

Yes I can confirm what johnr said is true.

Vodafone will send you a TXT as soon as you have used up 8/10 of your alloted 10MB, and another TXT as soon as you have used up your 10MB entitlement.

Didn't take me very long to bust the 10MB cap! Surprised

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  Reply # 164393 14-Sep-2008 20:43
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kiwipork: Hi all

Yes I can confirm what johnr said is true.


Do you think he's lieing?

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  Reply # 164400 14-Sep-2008 21:18
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Just in case you care...

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