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Topic # 56119 12-Jan-2010 18:09
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I currently have an iphone $40 plan.

I want to add a second iphone and $80 plan.

Can I just do this online?

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  Reply # 289372 12-Jan-2010 18:44
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Haven't tried purchasing an iPhone online before, I suspect it will try and create a new customer account for you? Someone who has brought online might be able to clarify.

If it was me and it was critical that it is all done correctly I would visit my local Vodafone store and discuss the options with them, they will most certainly be able to bundle the accounts together i'd say :)



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  Reply # 289389 12-Jan-2010 19:36
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I just really want to know if I can run two plans from my account?

The benefit of purchasing online is you get the free apple dock, it says you only get this online so I may as well get it.

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