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Topic # 57010 31-Jan-2010 13:07
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Thanks for the 3GB traffic you add to my iPhone account every month since July! even though I've never gone over 500MB it's nice to know its there. It makes me feel like I'm getting value for money.

Please keep it going indefinately Vodafone, please!
I've probably jinx'd it now by mentioning it and it will come to an end in the next few days. Dammit!

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  Reply # 294874 31-Jan-2010 13:23
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Sorry the free 3gig offer will come to a end approx in feb

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  Reply # 296129 4-Feb-2010 17:12
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Just got a text now, extended till 4th March.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 296137 4-Feb-2010 18:04
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How about a credit on our accounts instead of all this extra data??
Doesn't matter how much your data cap is per month if you don't have 3G speeds!
I think the most I've used on my iPhone in a month was about 30MB.
The Whangarei CBD does have 3G but I'm hardly ever within that area and have had a need to use the data on my iPhone.




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  Reply # 296139 4-Feb-2010 18:12
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CYaBro: How about a credit on our accounts instead of all this extra data??
Doesn't matter how much your data cap is per month if you don't have 3G speeds!
I think the most I've used on my iPhone in a month was about 30MB.
The Whangarei CBD does have 3G but I'm hardly ever within that area and have had a need to use the data on my iPhone.


Issue is not network but device you are using this does not support 3G 900mhz

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  Reply # 296161 4-Feb-2010 19:10
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CYaBro: How about a credit on our accounts instead of all this extra data??
Doesn't matter how much your data cap is per month if you don't have 3G speeds!
I think the most I've used on my iPhone in a month was about 30MB.
The Whangarei CBD does have 3G but I'm hardly ever within that area and have had a need to use the data on my iPhone.


Issue is not network but device you are using this does not support 3G 900mhz

John


Yes but isn't this special for those on iPhone plans????




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  Reply # 296169 4-Feb-2010 19:27
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Yer still valid when in 2G coverage

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  Reply # 296175 4-Feb-2010 19:43

It also applies to Smart plans, so if you're using an HTC Magic you get the same deal.

The Magic is a 900MHz device.

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Paul




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