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# 37948 21-Jul-2009 23:03
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just checking out isp's and i noticed this from vodafone:


http://www.vodafone.co.nz/home-phone-and-broadband/


well there prices have gone up like $10 each plan. my questions: when did this happen? and is there a reason why other then people trying to make money?

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  # 238708 24-Jul-2009 18:57
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hmmmmmm thats a good question ....... i never noticed this till now ...... dont see the point of putting it up $10 more


i just hope this dont mean they have put the price on everyone already on these plans ..... that will suck vodafone already cost a lot for data




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  # 238737 24-Jul-2009 20:14
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yes i saw this the other day as well, i found this on there forums, they say its telecoms fault the price has gone up. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 238747 24-Jul-2009 20:32
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Johnk: yes i saw this the other day as well, i found this on there forums, they say its telecoms fault the price has gone up. 


i was just reading that a few mins ago ...... it sucks but atlest they aint putting the price up for people currently on the plan .....




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