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Topic # 45930 5-Nov-2009 11:13
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/2-for-2/

Great little promo here - talk for 2 hours and pay no moe than $2 for calls to NZ Vodafone and landlines and over 30 international countries, anytime of the day or night!!

It's also available for OA customers.... only thing is, you need to use all your minutes up before you can take advantage of it but still good that it's been made available to OA.

This is different to the previous offer that was only available to SupaPrepay customers and only to international numbers.

 

 

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  Reply # 270328 5-Nov-2009 13:40
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Looking at the terms it appears to be a great way to get people to use up all of their plan inclusive minutes


If you are on one of the selected On Account plans this calling promotion applies once you've used any inclusive minutes in your plan. Calls after this will be capped at $2 for all calls up to 2 hours long.




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openmedia: Looking at the terms it appears to be a great way to get people to use up all of their plan inclusive minutes


If you are on one of the selected On Account plans this calling promotion applies once you've used any inclusive minutes in your plan. Calls after this will be capped at $2 for all calls up to 2 hours long.


Well to be fair, i don't see any other way Vodafone could provide this to OA customers.

They could say, use 2 minutes of your bundle and the next 2 hours will be free, but that's not the same as paying $2 for 2 hours.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 270542 6-Nov-2009 08:04
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openmedia: Looking at the terms it appears to be a great way to get people to use up all of their plan inclusive minutes


If you are on one of the selected On Account plans this calling promotion applies once you've used any inclusive minutes in your plan. Calls after this will be capped at $2 for all calls up to 2 hours long.


Well to be fair, i don't see any other way Vodafone could provide this to OA customers.

They could say, use 2 minutes of your bundle and the next 2 hours will be free, but that's not the same as paying $2 for 2 hours.


Then again, if you decided to call a Germany Landline this is not included in your minutes right?




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LINK that works: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/2-for-2/

Great to see it applies to ALL prepay plans, a Good way to use that $20, once a year topup I just did.



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