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Topic # 57884 27-Feb-2010 21:17
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Are there any coming out within the next month or two? I heard a rumour there might be new ones.

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  Reply # 302795 27-Feb-2010 21:21
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Hope it's $10/month unlimited text messages to any nz network for all prepay users without having to signup for it.

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  Reply # 302812 27-Feb-2010 22:11
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And on-account too!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 302834 27-Feb-2010 23:08
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yuxek: Hope it's $10/month unlimited text messages to any nz network for all prepay users without having to signup for it.


Forget about it no plan like this is going to happen

Something might be in the pipeline you will just have to wait and see

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  Reply # 302852 28-Feb-2010 00:11
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damn, the title made me think there were actually new text plans.... it should be been followed by a QUESTION MARK!!!

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  Reply # 302855 28-Feb-2010 00:44
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An all-network SMS plan would be great for prepay users. We wait and hope.

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  Reply # 303295 1-Mar-2010 14:33
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johnr:
yuxek: Hope it's $10/month unlimited text messages to any nz network for all prepay users without having to signup for it.


Forget about it no plan like this is going to happen
why not? XT has done it (and many other networks around the world), so clearly the idea does hold some merit




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  Reply # 303313 1-Mar-2010 15:21
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simon14: damn, the title made me think there were actually new text plans.... it should be been followed by a QUESTION MARK!!!


Watch this space is all I am saying

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  Reply # 303333 1-Mar-2010 16:17

I'm no economist but perhaps seeing the success of Telecom's Non-stop text may give Vodafone confidence to release a similar plan.

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  Reply # 303344 1-Mar-2010 16:41
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How do you rate Non-stop text a success? It may be a success in terms of saturation at the low end of the prepay market, but whether TCNZ make a decent profit off it is another question....

Vodafone are unlikely to release a $10 unlimited text plan as it doesn't make business sense.

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  Reply # 303346 1-Mar-2010 16:47
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johnr:
simon14: damn, the title made me think there were actually new text plans.... it should be been followed by a QUESTION MARK!!!


Watch this space is all I am saying


oh i love those words "watch this space"

Gets me excited every time. 

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  Reply # 303351 1-Mar-2010 16:56
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mikerussellnz: How do you rate Non-stop text a success? It may be a success in terms of saturation at the low end of the prepay market, but whether TCNZ make a decent profit off it is another question....

Vodafone are unlikely to release a $10 unlimited text plan as it doesn't make business sense.



IIRC Vodafone are more after the on account and Business users, hence a Unlimited Text Option wouldn't make any sense for there business model,

Where as Telecom has brought in Unlimited Text as it allready had the "Teenage Prepay Txter" that uses 2000txt on CDMA so wouldn't cost them that much in other network texts I would imagine

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  Reply # 303352 1-Mar-2010 16:56
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maknz: I'm no economist but perhaps seeing the success of Telecom's Non-stop text may give Vodafone confidence to release a similar plan.


Nope not at all

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Reply # 303354 1-Mar-2010 16:57
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simon14:
johnr:
simon14: damn, the title made me think there were actually new text plans.... it should be been followed by a QUESTION MARK!!!


Watch this space is all I am saying


oh i love those words "watch this space"

Gets me excited?every time.?


Don't get to excited you do not want a mess on your key board

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  Reply # 303357 1-Mar-2010 17:00
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johnr:
simon14:
johnr:
simon14: damn, the title made me think there were actually new text plans.... it should be been followed by a QUESTION MARK!!!


Watch this space is all I am saying


oh i love those words "watch this space"

Gets me excited?every time.?


Don't get to excited you do not want a mess on your key board


Good point, i might end up knocking my beer over.... if that is what you were implying :)

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  Reply # 303361 1-Mar-2010 17:06
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EDIT: I take it back, I'm taking the highroad and not giving in to the temptation to make obvious comments here...




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