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  # 457299 10-Apr-2011 20:57
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mrgsm021: I had resigned onto the SIMple Txter plan for 12 month so I get double the included minutes, i.e. now I get 120 min instead of the normal 60 min. I had opted in to this new offer as well, does that mean I will now get the 240 min or 120 min based on what the plan normally includes?


Only if you signed up to the eligible plan before 31st March 2011. 

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  # 457305 10-Apr-2011 21:25
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Only if you signed up to the eligible plan before 31st March 2011. 


I am on an eligible plan, what I want to know is if I get 120 min or 240 min?

 
 
 
 




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  # 457380 11-Apr-2011 09:45
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mrgsm021:
Only if you signed up to the eligible plan before 31st March 2011. 


I am on an eligible plan, what I want to know is if I get 120 min or 240 min?


You get double your normal entitlement.

IE:
If you signed up for a 12 month Simple plan where you get 120 Minutes, then you get double 120...
If you signed up for a no term Simple plan where you get 60 minutes, then you get double 60...

Its pretty easy.... doubly easy in fact.  

I'm sure the VF website explains it in (double) detail, just (double) click on the T&C's of this (double)offer. 

Now is that enough doubles ;)


Doubly out. 

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