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# 37565 15-Jul-2009 14:41
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Is there a general rule here about what types of add-ons you can get on Corporate plans (Ie. TXT, Data, Off-Peak mins etc)?

Or does this depend on the agreement your organisation has with Vodafone?

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  # 236059 16-Jul-2009 12:10
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Good question. I hope someone can answer it.

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  # 236061 16-Jul-2009 12:12
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Account manager sorts them out

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  # 236067 16-Jul-2009 12:26
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johnr: Account manager sorts them out



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So it is definitely not out of the question from VF's point of view?  Is it on an account by account basis?

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  # 236069 16-Jul-2009 12:28
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If by corporate you mean talkZone, standard add-ons (which you can get added via 777):

After Hours - 100 minutes any network @ $14, 300 Minutes any network @ $29
International - 45 minutes top countries @ $14.95, 90 minutes top countries @ $24.95
Broadband - 100MB @ $10, 200MB @ $39.95, 1GB @ $59.95
TXT - 100 @ $5.95, 500 @ $9.95, 1000 VF only @ $9.95

I think there's one more after hours add-on too for VF-VF minutes. Basically the same as the You Choose add-ons bar the $10 TXT



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  # 236075 16-Jul-2009 12:43
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Cool thanks for that. By Corpotate I mean corporate. As I understand it my company has a special deal, similar to TalkZone, but more extensive. I'll ask our IT people who look after the mobiles.

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  # 236078 16-Jul-2009 12:46
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adamj: Cool thanks for that. By Corpotate I mean corporate. As I understand it my company has a special deal, similar to TalkZone, but more extensive. I'll ask our IT people who look after the mobiles.


If its more extensive its ITZ

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  # 236079 16-Jul-2009 13:00
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What does the I stand for?



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  # 236081 16-Jul-2009 13:03
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Never mind, I found it on the website. Integrated TalkZone. That seems to be what we have. Free calls between all company landlines and mobiles.

The plan on my Statement says "Corporate 30"

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  # 236083 16-Jul-2009 13:05
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integrated talkzone company PBX is connected to the Vodafone network by a dedicated link
(primary rate)

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  # 236085 16-Jul-2009 13:08
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Just to confuse matters there are 2 intergrated talkzone products

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  # 236105 16-Jul-2009 13:56
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Integrated talkZone would still allow you to have add-ons as listed above, but there may be discounts on them (I know for example AMP have a bundled deal for their brokers which includes some add-ons).

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