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Topic # 67316 31-Aug-2010 02:02
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Hi there. I had a brain explosion and think I have lost $250ish Prepay Credit.

I was on VF up until midday ish today when I decided to port over to 2D because of the $10txting to all networks.

Anyway, on my VF Sim I had around $250 of credit left and completely forgot. Now I am on 2D I have $15 credit. Is there any chance that I can get the credit back? Im pretty sure ive lost it now, but thought I would ask anyway.

Thanks :)

{MOD EDIT : SP : Moved to VF forum as it applies to VF not 2deg}

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  Reply # 374632 31-Aug-2010 02:35
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Call vodafone and pretend to know nothing about the port and ask why your sim isnt working, there is a process to reverse ports that shouldnt have happened, and as it is easy enough to do a port with just a look at someones sim and knowing their phone number I would expect malitious ports are something that does happen.

Then again, exposing on here your stupidity and the fact that johnr reads here means that this may not work for you ;)




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  Reply # 374636 31-Aug-2010 03:07
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richms: Call vodafone and pretend to know nothing about the port and ask why your sim isnt working, there is a process to reverse ports that shouldnt have happened, and as it is easy enough to do a port with just a look at someones sim and knowing their phone number I would expect malitious ports are something that does happen.

Then again, exposing on here your stupidity and the fact that johnr reads here means that this may not work for you ;)


Lol at the last comment.

Yeah I could do that, but im honest so im not going to. Oh well. $250 gone just like that aye. At least I didnt pay for it :)

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  Reply # 374652 31-Aug-2010 07:16
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Ouch

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  Reply # 374720 31-Aug-2010 09:46
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johnr: Ouch


By Ouch do you mean that there is nothing that can be done?  OUCH!!

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  Reply # 374739 31-Aug-2010 10:24
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keewee01:
johnr: Ouch


By Ouch do you mean that there is nothing that can be done?? OUCH!!


Yep

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  Reply # 374776 31-Aug-2010 11:19
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I'm curious as to why you would have so much credit to start with.

Do you buy a phone, figure out how long you want to use it for before you upgrade, then add the appropriate amount of credit, so that when it runs out you just throw the phone away and get a new one?



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  Reply # 374824 31-Aug-2010 12:15
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nickd: I'm curious as to why you would have so much credit to start with.

Do you buy a phone, figure out how long you want to use it for before you upgrade, then add the appropriate amount of credit, so that when it runs out you just throw the phone away and get a new one?


No i Won the Sim with $500 preloaded.

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  Reply # 374858 31-Aug-2010 12:54
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Bugger, as they say, you win some and you lose some...

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  Reply # 374879 31-Aug-2010 13:44
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They also say if it aint broke, don't fix it. :-P



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  Reply # 374883 31-Aug-2010 14:01
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Yeah I know. For some Reason I thought I would still keep my credit. It wasnt until I was on 2D when I thought "Oh $%^&, Ive probably lost my credit now".

Oh well. Thanks for the replies/Jokes guys :)

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  Reply # 374886 31-Aug-2010 14:04

M_I_C_H_A_E_L: Yeah I know. For some Reason I thought I would still keep my credit. It wasnt until I was on 2D when I thought "Oh $%^&, Ive probably lost my credit now".

Oh well. Thanks for the replies/Jokes guys :)


At least you know your going to get a better deal... Not to mention if you have a problem with 2d about 2-3 of their sales reps will pounce on the thread. Where-as VF... Ouch?! 

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  Reply # 374888 31-Aug-2010 14:19
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SteveON: At least you know your going to get a better deal... Not to mention if you have a problem with 2d about 2-3 of their sales reps will pounce on the thread. Where-as VF... Ouch?! 


I wouldn't call getting $500 credit for nothing a bad deal (even if it isn't from Vodafone)...

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  Reply # 374909 31-Aug-2010 14:54
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SteveON:
M_I_C_H_A_E_L: Yeah I know. For some Reason I thought I would still keep my credit. It wasnt until I was on 2D when I thought "Oh $%^&, Ive probably lost my credit now".

Oh well. Thanks for the replies/Jokes guys :)


At least you know your going to get a better deal... Not to mention if you have a problem with 2d about 2-3 of their sales reps will pounce on the thread. Where-as VF... Ouch?!?


Are you implying that Vodafone NZ does not support customers on Geekzone?

Or have I read your post the wrong way?

And sure if you want sales people posting / resolving technical issues I will see what I can do

John

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  Reply # 374924 31-Aug-2010 15:09

johnr:
SteveON:
M_I_C_H_A_E_L: Yeah I know. For some Reason I thought I would still keep my credit. It wasnt until I was on 2D when I thought "Oh $%^&, Ive probably lost my credit now".

Oh well. Thanks for the replies/Jokes guys :)


At least you know your going to get a better deal... Not to mention if you have a problem with 2d about 2-3 of their sales reps will pounce on the thread. Where-as VF... Ouch?!?


Are you implying that Vodafone NZ does not support customers on Geekzone?

Or have I read your post the wrong way?

And sure if you want sales people posting / resolving technical issues I will see what I can do

John


Vodafone does help some customers, but not in the best way. Unfortunately John I always see that you post as if everyone else knows who you are and that they are on the same page as you.

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Reply # 374930 31-Aug-2010 15:16
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SteveON:
johnr:
SteveON:
M_I_C_H_A_E_L: Yeah I know. For some Reason I thought I would still keep my credit. It wasnt until I was on 2D when I thought "Oh $%^&, Ive probably lost my credit now".

Oh well. Thanks for the replies/Jokes guys :)


At least you know your going to get a better deal... Not to mention if you have a problem with 2d about 2-3 of their sales reps will pounce on the thread. Where-as VF... Ouch?!?


Are you implying that Vodafone NZ does not support customers on Geekzone?

Or have I read your post the wrong way?

And sure if you want sales people posting / resolving technical issues I will see what I can do

John


Vodafone does help some customers, but not in the best way. Unfortunately John I always see that you post as if everyone else knows who you are and that they are on the same page as you.


Ok if I am adding no value guess there is no point in me posting

Its been nice knowing you all

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