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  Reply # 485638 24-Jun-2011 23:23
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Very good from Vodafone to stay in the game. I'm impressed :)

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  Reply # 485642 24-Jun-2011 23:46
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Huzzah! 30GB wasn't enough for us (doubling our data every month) so hopefully we'll be 'just about right' now.

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  Reply # 485721 25-Jun-2011 11:42
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Despitethe usual bad press vf seems to get I now have my mobile and home package with vf and am extremely happy with my choice



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  Reply # 485729 25-Jun-2011 12:18
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Wade: Despite the usual bad press vf seems to get I now have my mobile and home package with vf and am extremely happy with my choice


Thanks Wade

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  Reply # 485737 25-Jun-2011 12:48
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Signed up this morning!
Great person on the phone, really helpful.
One quick check to ensure I was in the red network! Signed on the dotted line.




The little things make the biggest difference.

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  Reply # 485741 25-Jun-2011 13:13
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I've moved my a whole pile of stuff over to Vodafone lately including mobile, broadband, 0800, sky, home phone mobile box.

Overall i'm saving more than $80 per month and now have more of everying.

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  Reply # 485766 25-Jun-2011 14:44
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From Vodafone's website:

"As an existing customer you will get all this data without making any other changes to your plan."

I wonder why Vodafone doesn't automatically upgrade everyone on the old prepay plans(like motormouth, Nights and Weekends, Anytime) to a newer cheaper plan like Simply Prepay? I still know people that are on these old prepay plans who are paying 20cents per text when they could be paying 12cents per text. Is there anyway Vodafone could put all classic prepay plan holders onto the newer Simply Prepay plan?



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  Reply # 485768 25-Jun-2011 14:48
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Cause Simply Prepay has different terms when topping up by recharge voucher

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  Reply # 485771 25-Jun-2011 14:53
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Benjip: Fantastic! Does this mean that the Double Your Data pack with Ultimate Naked would actually give you another 45GB for $30.60?


I too am wondering about this, will it still be $30.60 or will it be $45 to double your data?
Still fantastic news either way :)



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  Reply # 485772 25-Jun-2011 14:55
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gurthang117:
Benjip: Fantastic! Does this mean that the Double Your Data pack with Ultimate Naked would actually give you another 45GB for $30.60?


I too am wondering about this, will it still be $30.60 or will it be $45 to double your data?
Still fantastic news either way :)


$30.60 no price increase

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  Reply # 485773 25-Jun-2011 14:55
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gurthang117:
Benjip: Fantastic! Does this mean that the Double Your Data pack with Ultimate Naked would actually give you another 45GB for $30.60?


I too am wondering about this, will it still be $30.60 or will it be $45 to double your data?
Still fantastic news either way :)


try reading the link. It's the same price ($30.60) to double.

"If you still need more data, our Double your Data blocks will also increase from 1 July with no change to their price."

how hard is to read the link?



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  Reply # 485775 25-Jun-2011 15:03
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NonprayingMantis:
gurthang117:
Benjip: Fantastic! Does this mean that the Double Your Data pack with Ultimate Naked would actually give you another 45GB for $30.60?


I too am wondering about this, will it still be $30.60 or will it be $45 to double your data?
Still fantastic news either way :)


try reading the link. It's the same price ($30.60) to double.

"If you still need more data, our Double your Data blocks will also increase from 1 July with no change to their price."

how hard is to read the link?




Haha true I didn't see that because my eyes glaze over things in boxes on the right hand side on webpages these days because of the constant advertising. I must be getting lazy ;) 
Thanks! 

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  Reply # 485813 25-Jun-2011 17:07
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Almost sufficient to force a move from telecom. If only I were in the red zone it would be even sweeter....

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  Reply # 485861 25-Jun-2011 19:10
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Vodafone reducing the price of bandwidth. The 45Gb extra for $30 should you need it has to be the best around!!!





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  Reply # 485870 25-Jun-2011 19:34
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johnr: Cause Simply Prepay has different terms when topping up by recharge voucher


What about supa prepay or what about just reducing the prices on the classic prepay plans? 

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