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Reply # 18225 12-Aug-2005 16:06
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They are just data plans it does not matter 3G WCDMA/GPRS VMC or modem built into a handset

CSD is charged at a different rate by time not amount of data moved

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  Reply # 18228 12-Aug-2005 16:12
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These Mobilise prices have been updated too - good. And note there is no VoIP restriction clause in the link from John R above compared to the VMC pricing in the 3G pages. Probably an oversight.


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  Reply # 18230 12-Aug-2005 16:24
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so does that mean that one can sign up for VMC Unlimited for 1GB @$150/month for 24 months and get free VMC card and can use GPRS/3G mobile as modem?

how will this stand compare to those who are 500mb plan... for $.... (hey, data plan pricing has been updated!)

okay, nevermind. move along.... i can now happily looking at higher data plan :-)


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  Reply # 18231 12-Aug-2005 16:25
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I just wish Voda could offer some better low end deals for casual users. The reason for casual and the 3MB for $10 plan where so high in the first place was because when Live! was launched you paid data changes for browsing hence Voda got a preimum on top. Now that it's not free and very few ppl use WAP outside of Live! I can't see why they they can't offer something a little better for $10.

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