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Topic # 81863 19-Apr-2011 14:18
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Sup Guys..

Just wondering, I am using 2degrees 3g broadband and they have quite good plans. And to sign up you just need to txt to get a data block.

Can you do this for vodafone? I need like a 10gb plan or a 5GB plan, that lasts for month plus.

Anything like that?

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  Reply # 460523 19-Apr-2011 14:58
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2degrees does 3GB of data, valid for 60 days, for $50, if you're in an area they cover.

The Vodafone iPad plan has 3GB of data for $50, valid for a month. Otherwise it's $82/month for 4GB of data on a data plan with no contract. Telecom rates are pretty much identical. Both give a $10 discount if you sign a contract.

If you're in a coverage area 2degrees appears to win, at least based on what I can see on their websites.

If you look at the threads in this forum there's a rumor that Vodafone will release new plans early May. Might be worth waiting for or checking out.




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  Reply # 460707 19-Apr-2011 22:57
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Yea.. that sux,.

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