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Topic # 70152 19-Oct-2010 12:58
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Just a couple of quick questions about Vodafone Traveller for anyone in the know... I've been through the Vodafone website but there's a few things that I find a little ambiguous.

Calling from Australia it says that "just your standard outbound rates apply" - Does that mean outbound to AUS and NZ? or is it just calls within the country I am in (Australia)?

Secondly, do these standard rates come out of my plans included minutes?

And can someone confirm that texts to Australian numbers while I'm in Australia are 80c? or is that just for texts back to NZ?

Cheers.

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  Reply # 394619 22-Oct-2010 03:43
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basically any call you make out while in australia will cost the same "out of bundle" rate you make in New Zealand to make calls. For eg: roaming on supa prepay will cost 0.89cents per minute.

Calls made while roaming are not taken from your included minutes. These minutes generally are only national minutes only

all txts regardless of the number/location will cost 0.80cents

go to the roaming section of the VF website

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/roaming/which-roaming-plan.jsp

hope this helps

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