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Topic # 26369 19-Sep-2008 23:44
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Hi there guys,

I will be returning back to NZ from the Uk in Nov for three months and would like to know if there are any non-term on account plans with Vodafone; or will I have to stick to a prepaid plan

Also will TCNZ's new mobile network be ready in Nov?

Thanks

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  Reply # 165742 19-Sep-2008 23:47
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AFAIK, Vodafone's MotorMouth doesn't require a term contract.
Also, Telecom's new network is now opening next year.




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  Reply # 165745 19-Sep-2008 23:58
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That's not too expensive - right now I pay £35 pounds for 600 minutes and 1200 txts plus £7.50 for "Unlimited" web usage

So it usually ends up around £45; however when I travel a bit - it as shot up to around £120!

Upon my return back to the UK in Feb; I think I get a (free) iphone upgrade - yay

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 165849 20-Sep-2008 18:01
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mmm whats the concern around a contract? Just the possibility of traveling again?

Vodys got some great plans out at the moment> more like bundles really but if your looking for net, mobile etc theres some good deals to be had. ANd i think in the future its only going to get better for the consumer.

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