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Topic # 4823 31-Aug-2005 09:44
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Pay for 3 min and get the next 2 hours free for prepay and on Account. Monday to Friday 7pm till 7am (excluding corp and talkzone plans) but does include mobilse, motor mouth, Get plans. All land line numbers in NZ and 021 029.

Please read the T&Cs on the vodafone.co.nz website

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/promos/2hours/2hours.jsp

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  Reply # 19373 31-Aug-2005 10:00
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woohoo! when is this happening?




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Reply # 19376 31-Aug-2005 10:06
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Sounds good. Will call 777 just get some details (whether it uses OA Motormouth minutes for 021-021 calling) later though.

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Reply # 19378 31-Aug-2005 10:13
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its starts as of 7pm this evening

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  Reply # 19382 31-Aug-2005 10:26
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woohoo!! a mate of mine sent me the txt promo he got from vodafone (after i told him and force him to forward me one! LOL)

i can see most vodafoners are gonna be very chatty tonight from 7pm until 9pm...



oh what happened if you talked longer than 2 hours? mmmmmm

p/s: will vodafone's network able to cope with the suddent flood of calls at 7pm to 9pm? hehehe




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Reply # 19383 31-Aug-2005 11:15
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It's a pity it doesn't include weekends, but I daresay Vodafone must have more spare capacity during weeknights than they do during weekends, and this is their way of making good use of it.

It still seems like a really good deal to me and, with any luck, it might encourage a few more people to ditch their landlines. Dammit, John, you're making me even more tempted to switch back to Vodafone!



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Reply # 19384 31-Aug-2005 11:27
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I don't think it will be a flood of calls but customers will use there mobile as per normal but not worry about the cost and there is still free SMS 021 to 021 029 in the weekend



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  Reply # 19385 31-Aug-2005 11:28
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chefie and if the call goes longer than 2 hours do what it says on the vodafone web site hang up and start again.

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Reply # 19386 31-Aug-2005 11:29
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alasta: It still seems like a really good deal to me and, with any luck, it might encourage a few more people to ditch their landlines. Dammit, John, you're making me even more tempted to switch back to Vodafone!
Why? Telecom launched a similar promotion a couple of days before Vodafone. Granted, it is 3 minutes - 60 minutes instead...








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Reply # 19387 31-Aug-2005 11:38
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But was the Telecom promo only for prepay customers. Correct me if I am wrong! Vodafone has just raised the bar and making it better but to be honest the longest I will make a call for is 10 minutes.

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  Reply # 19388 31-Aug-2005 11:49
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telecom is for 027 prepaid only.


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Reply # 19389 31-Aug-2005 11:51
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And how long before they change it? We have seen this game before. One introduces, another changes, one "enhances"...







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Reply # 19390 31-Aug-2005 11:57
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I am sure TCNZ will match it and its all good for the consumer! like you and I

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  Reply # 19396 31-Aug-2005 12:40

COMPETITION dont you love it?


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Reply # 19399 31-Aug-2005 13:21
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It seems stupid that Telecom would insist on only offering this deal to Go Prepaid users, because telcos typically seem to try to encourage people to take up calling plans due to the low ARPU that prepaid customers offer.

Another aspect to consider is that Telecom risks canabalising their landline revenue if they offer this sort of deal on their mobile network. Vodafone, on the other hand, have little to lose and everything to gain.

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Reply # 19400 31-Aug-2005 13:22
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SNicolle: COMPETITION dont you love it?

I do, but i also remember (recently) hearing Vodafone quotes such as "we are market leaders, not followers".

Looks like they have followed here... (and gone one better).

This stuff is great :-)




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