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Topic # 26691 30-Sep-2008 19:34
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Im currently on Super prepay how can i change it to Motormouth ??

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  Reply # 168116 30-Sep-2008 19:41
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All old Prepay plans cannot be signed up to or be transferred to since August.

So unfortunately, you're stuck on Supa Prepay.




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  Reply # 168862 3-Oct-2008 18:36
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There is motormouth on account however which is still available and has no term on it, but They told me if I move to it I cant move back to prepay when I am done using it. Then I got an invite to B+W so it doesnt matter anyway ;)




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  Reply # 168970 4-Oct-2008 10:44
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As stated earlier, you can't.  However, if you don't mind sim swapping you can buy one off trademe and just use that when you want to make a call.  Once telecom goes the GSM way, add that to the mix.  The same with NZ communications.

 Never pay more than 50c for a prepay call!


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  Reply # 170194 9-Oct-2008 16:11
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timestyles:

As stated earlier, you can't.  However, if you don't mind sim swapping you can buy one off trademe and just use that when you want to make a call.  Once telecom goes the GSM way, add that to the mix.  The same with NZ communications.

 Never pay more than 50c for a prepay call!



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I'm on vodafone prepay + $10 text + 1 bestmate and I'd still like to change to a calling plan but one thats less than $39/month...

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