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# 36930 3-Jul-2009 20:18
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http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/vodafone-offers-all-iphone-users-3gb-a-month-bonus-data-104752

Effective immediately, Vodafone is offering all iPhone customer a bonus 3GB of data a month on top of their current plan, plus 1000 pxts.

The 3G of data and 1000 pxts a month are at no cost, and will be automatically added to whatever iPhone plan you are on, said Vodafone External Communications Manager Paul Brislen.

... And there’s only one catch: the promotion only lasts until the end of September


FFS this had better extend to all Smartphone plans - I just bought my HTC magic this week after a tough debate with myself whether this or the iphone is the better option. Right now I'm ****ing pissed off because this looks like an iphone only deal.

edit: God I hate how thw WYSIWYG editor stuffs formatting on this forum


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  # 230847 3-Jul-2009 20:27
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Yes, all new and existing customers on 'iPhone' or 'Smart' plans.

Just note that for existing customers it kicks in when your new billing month starts, i.e. beginning of your new billing cycle in July.

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  # 230851 3-Jul-2009 20:37
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Objectivism: Yes, all new and existing customers on 'iPhone' or 'Smart' plans.



Just note that for existing customers it kicks in when your new billing month starts, i.e. beginning of your new billing cycle in July.

LOL pwnd again, because my billing month start on Tuesday.

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  # 230852 3-Jul-2009 20:38
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MikeGayner: edit: God I hate how thw WYSIWYG editor stuffs formatting on this forum


Easy, just go to your profile page and disable the editor.

I am locking this thread because it's already being discussed. Please look at least on the first page of the forum before posting - some hot topics will always be around here (if you haven't notcied yet).






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