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Ultimate Geek


  #232587 8-Jul-2009 16:37
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Newguy:
Newguy: Also what is this?



http://vodafonenz.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/vodafonenz.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=6566

iPhone 1GB?



Did anyone know what this was for?


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  #232588 8-Jul-2009 16:39

Aaroona:
DanielNZ: I know but they added GST to my termination fee.


Well they cant do that.


Also,
They wanted to charge me 160 to come off my Mega plan! LOL!

I looked it up, because the base of the plan is a YouChoose 20. And they are only able to charge me $40, if that. hahaha.


I didnt actually cancel my account at the time, because I had nothing else to move to, was just interested in findingo ut.



Thanks for the info. I called them and after half an hour (mostly on hold) they credited me $50 even thou the GST was $45. She said the extra was goodwill from Vodafone.Smile

 
 
 
 


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  #232589 8-Jul-2009 16:40
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DanielNZ:
Aaroona:
DanielNZ: I know but they added GST to my termination fee.


Well they cant do that.


Also,
They wanted to charge me 160 to come off my Mega plan! LOL!

I looked it up, because the base of the plan is a YouChoose 20. And they are only able to charge me $40, if that. hahaha.


I didnt actually cancel my account at the time, because I had nothing else to move to, was just interested in findingo ut.





Thanks for the info. I called them and after half an hour (mostly on hold) they credited me $50 even thou the GST was $45. She said the extra was goodwill from Vodafone.Smile


Pleased to hear it mate :) At least they did fix it up.





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  #232591 8-Jul-2009 16:41
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Newguy:
Newguy: Also what is this?



http://vodafonenz.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/vodafonenz.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=6566

iPhone 1GB?



Did anyone know what this was for?



It's a dead link so I can't check exactly what it is, but I'm pretty sure Vodafone offered an iPhone 250 plan which was the same as the iPhone 130 except you got 1GB of data each month. I think it was only available in-store.

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  #232592 8-Jul-2009 16:41
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Newguy:
Newguy: Also what is this?



http://vodafonenz.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/vodafonenz.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=6566

iPhone 1GB?



Did anyone know what this was for?



In the early days there was a iphone250 plan which would give you a gig of data and other things for $250 dollars a month, this is how vodafone release the $199 iphone 3g

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Master Geek


  #232593 8-Jul-2009 16:42
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Ahhh ok not a fee i have to worry about then

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  #232596 8-Jul-2009 16:46
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Does anyone know how much magnum mac is charging for 32gb models?

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  #232601 8-Jul-2009 16:49

Same as Voda, $1379.

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  #232606 8-Jul-2009 16:57
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I'm not feeling too hopeful of getting one on Friday from MM. Sounds like they will be getting bugger all stock unfortunately. But I can always hope...

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#232607 8-Jul-2009 17:02
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maknz: Same as Voda, $1379.


Good, because I reserved a 32GB white model and didn't actually check the price.  Embarassed



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  #232608 8-Jul-2009 17:02
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Let me work things out.

I got a 3g on launch day last year.

Im on the $60 a month plan.

Friday is 1 year since I signed up.

Therefore my best bet is to do an early resign and pay $150 on top of a new contract if I want the 32Gb phone.

That makes sense




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  #232609 8-Jul-2009 17:04
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I think the best idea is to buy one on a $40 plan, use it for the 3 Months where you get 1Gb of data and all those Pxts then Decide what network you want to be on as the cost is the Same as buying one outright just get plan charges for a few months...

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  #232611 8-Jul-2009 17:07
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psychrn: Let me work things out.

I got a 3g on launch day last year.

Im on the $60 a month plan.

Friday is 1 year since I signed up.

Therefore my best bet is to do an early resign and pay $150 on top of a new contract if I want the 32Gb phone.

That makes sense


Yip that makes sense to me and is the same route that I'm going to take

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  #232613 8-Jul-2009 17:08
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and saves you $300 odd bucks for a new unit outright.
Im doing that then.
Though wasnt it launched 11th July last year?? so technically sat is 12 months on




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  #232614 8-Jul-2009 17:10
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Where is the early termination fee link? The one I have found says all prices are excluding GST: https://www.vodafone.co.nz/plans/ending-your-contract/vodafone-mobile-connect.jsp







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