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Topic # 57302 9-Feb-2010 08:13
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The following link says that PXT to BestMate on superprepay is free yet I'm being charged 20 cents. I'm sure I wasn't getting charged when on account

Is there a difference in on account BestMate and Super prepay BestMate?

Can anybody help.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/planPrepay.jsp?plantype=mobile&billingMethod=prepay&menuKey=mnit100011


"With BestMates you can talk, TXT, PXT and video call up to 3 nominated Vodafone NZ mobile numbers from within NZ whenever you want, as much as you want, 24/7! "

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  Reply # 297284 9-Feb-2010 08:16
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Are you definately not being charged for calls or sms to the same number?


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  Reply # 297286 9-Feb-2010 08:17
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Pre-paid best mate has always excluded PXT. On account best mate, includes PXT.

I cannot view your link, but I have never seen anywhere that stated it was included for pre-paid customers.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 297292 9-Feb-2010 08:26
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I read the info on the link you provided about bestmates and it advises for supa prepay voice calls video calls and sms nothing about pxt



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  Reply # 297299 9-Feb-2010 08:41
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If you click the show details button it says,

BestMate With BestMates you can talk, TXT, PXT and video call up to 3 nominated Vodafone NZ mobile numbers from within NZ whenever you want, as much as you want, 24/7!

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  Reply # 297302 9-Feb-2010 08:53
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OK now I see it

Will get that changed



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  Reply # 297305 9-Feb-2010 09:04
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Does that mean you'll get free PXT added to prepay???
Why is BestMate different on prepay than on a plan anyway.
Had assumed after being on a plan that it would be the same. Took awhile to realise I was now being charged for Pxts.

Thanks anyway.

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  Reply # 297320 9-Feb-2010 09:45
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srob: Does that mean you'll get free PXT added to prepay???
Why is BestMate different on prepay than on a plan anyway.
Had assumed after being on a plan that it would be the same. Took awhile to realise I was now being charged for Pxts.

Thanks anyway.





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  Reply # 297322 9-Feb-2010 09:50
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It's an incentive to go on account....

That's also not the only difference; BestMate is also cheaper OA:

2 BM for $10 or 3 BM for $12 as opposed to $6 each on prepay.

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