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Topic # 55340 30-Dec-2009 19:01
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Im on an iPhone 60 plan and received a text saying:


Your daily data usage has passed 10MB. This is alert is a guide for casual data users.


Is this just a mistake on vodafones part? texting 777 says I have 3GB left of data. But it hasn't been 2 hours since I got that text so it may not have updated and hopefully I won't be charged a dollar a mb or whatever that casual data people have 

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  Reply # 286146 30-Dec-2009 19:10
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Apparently that message comes through with data plans anyway.

As long as you're sure you're on a data plan - you're fine. It's just an odd thing from Vodafone - that's all.




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  Reply # 286159 30-Dec-2009 20:27
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Just stop it if you know your on a data plan

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  Reply # 286209 31-Dec-2009 07:28
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I'm on an iPhone data plan and got the same thing for a while. I just stopped it.

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  Reply # 286212 31-Dec-2009 08:04
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Vodafone don't currently have any other notifications for data users. No matter what data plan you're on you will always get this message if you use over 8MB of data in a day.

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  Reply # 326301 4-May-2010 10:20
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Just a update on the $1 a day casual data alerts for customers that have data plans

Vodafone NZ have now deplyed a change into the live network customers that have data plans will no longer get the daily alerts when they reach %80 and %100 of the 10meg

Thanks John


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  Reply # 326307 4-May-2010 10:26
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Do they receive alerts when they reach 80% and 100% of their included data?

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Reply # 326335 4-May-2010 11:06
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bazzer: Do they receive alerts when they reach 80% and 100% of their included data?


Of course

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