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#59423 5-Apr-2010 22:10
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I've searched and can't find an answer to this. I believe there was talk that browsing Vodafone Live costed money. Is this true? I'm interested in using the Vodafone Live service but not if it's going to cost me!

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  #315139 5-Apr-2010 22:13
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Yes browsing Vodafone live off the main home screen " costed " money

Watching sky mobile TV is only charged the Sub per week of $2.50

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  #315140 5-Apr-2010 22:16
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Sorry - Bad English at this time of night! So the home screen of live is free, and anything beyond that costs money?





 
 
 
 


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  #315141 5-Apr-2010 22:19
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Depends browsing Vodafone live off the main home screen costs standard data rates if you do not have a data add on.

Sky mobile TV is just the $2.50 per week charge and this includes the data to watch sky mobile TV

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  #315146 5-Apr-2010 22:41
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Here is the link to the INFO on vodafone.co.nz

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/live/directory.jsp#expander1

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  #315151 5-Apr-2010 22:57
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Cheers John!





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