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markh14

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#62692 12-Jun-2010 18:39
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Have vodafone got a new policy with iou now? Their website says you need to topup your account within 2 months of the iou

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/plans/prepay/prepay-iou.jsp

what happens if a person doesn't topup within 2 months?

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  #341015 12-Jun-2010 19:02
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Good question I have never seen that term before will find out next week

John

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  #341026 12-Jun-2010 19:24
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johnr: Good question I have never seen that term before will find out next week

John


Black Heli.

 
 
 
 


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#341109 13-Jun-2010 01:47
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johnr: Good question I have never seen that term before will find out next week


John turns up to your house with a couple of heavies, and demands payment.  If that doesn't work, they send in Paul.

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#341117 13-Jun-2010 08:06
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nate:
johnr: Good question I have never seen that term before will find out next week


John turns up to your house with a couple of heavies, and demands payment.? If that doesn't work, they send in Paul.


LOL

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  #341251 13-Jun-2010 16:28
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johnr: Good question I have never seen that term before will find out next week

John


thanks dude

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  #341344 13-Jun-2010 23:17
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My redundant voda SIM is sitting in IOU since sept last year, will have to do something about it before next sept if I want to keep the number!

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  #341352 13-Jun-2010 23:54
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if you are not using the number much and just having it as backup, get it changed to 2degrees - you can keep the no and they even give you 10$ to bring your no over.

 
 
 
 


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  #341386 14-Jun-2010 08:04
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sep11guy: if you are not using the number much and just having it as backup, get it changed to 2degrees - you can keep the no and they even give you 10$ to bring your no over.


I suggest you go read the first post again was the question about number porting and how to get free credit?

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  #341430 14-Jun-2010 10:27
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I would also like to know the answer to this.
Hopefully Paul doesn't turn up on my door step. It's been ages since I topped up my vodafone sim which I've used an IOU on - since I've now changed to 2degrees.

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  #341464 14-Jun-2010 11:58
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We have a answer this will be posted soon by Christine

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  #341472 14-Jun-2010 12:12
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It is a business rule that we would like to see customer's adhering to.  As mentioned in an earlier post not much happens if you do exceed the 2 month timeframe, however to be on the safe side you may want to try and stick to the guidelines.  Better safe than sorry I say :)

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  #341480 14-Jun-2010 12:25
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ckwilliams: It is a business rule that we would like to see customer's adhering to.  As mentioned in an earlier post not much happens if you do exceed the 2 month timeframe, however to be on the safe side you may want to try and stick to the guidelines.  Better safe than sorry I say :)


Not much happens? So something does happen then. What is it? What happens if I choose to not be on the safe side?

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  #341483 14-Jun-2010 12:37
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As 1eStar has mentioned thier sim is sitting on IOU and has been for some time now...nothing has changed on their connection.

It's entirely up to you as to how you wish to use your sim/account/connection, however the site does state that you should topup 2 months after getting the IOU. If there is any action imposed possibly later on down the track this is probably the part where one would think maybe I should have have paid closer attention.

IOU is designed to help out yes when customer's run out of credit, but more so as a temporary solution until you can topup-I guess as a bandaid. Would this normally take 2 months to do though?

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  #341525 14-Jun-2010 14:27
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Can't say it's ever been of great help.. It's a nice little 'grey area' you got there!
Typical of Vodafone never the less.

Probably a good idea to pay it back and then move to 2degrees! That's what I did :)

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  #341627 14-Jun-2010 17:49
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When I have wanted to use it in the past it has being a pain in the ass, needed 89c to make a call, had 60c or so, IOU wouldnt work so i had to send some pointless texts before it would let me get the IOU. The minimum on the IOU is just stupid IMO.




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