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# 48138 13-Nov-2009 10:17
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Hey guys,
I'm currently on the $10 - 100MB plan for my Android phone and finding this is becoming inadequate. I had a browse to the vodafone website and this seems to be the only handset plan other than $1 a day. I don't want to go to $60 a month on their normal mobile data plans but need more.

If you look at Telecom XT there is an option for 240MB for $18 a month which is the kind of plan I'm after. Also on XT I see that they have a 20MB plan for $6 a month. There are quite a few users at the office whom only use mobile data for activesync but at the moment they need to get 100MB of data minimum (it'd be lucky if they used 5MB).

So what is the story with vodafone, to they have some plans hidden somewhere in the dark depths of their site or do they only have a single data plan for all phones? If its the latter my suggestion is that they increase the variety of plans!




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  # 272732 13-Nov-2009 13:46
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If you are on account with Vodafone, after you used up your 100MB, you are charged at 10cents/MB, i.e. $10 for 100MB. I think it is quite a good deal.

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