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Topic # 85877 27-Jun-2011 17:25
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Just received this:

Great news- yr mobile plan just got better.From 18Jul we're QUADRUPLING yr TXTS included in yr plan to 2500 to any NZ mobile p/month@no extra cost.Happy TXTing!

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  Reply # 486514 27-Jun-2011 17:29
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What plan are you on?

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  Reply # 486516 27-Jun-2011 17:33
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Me and another guy at work too.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 486518 27-Jun-2011 17:41
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heavenlywild: What plan are you on?


Smart plan. Very very happy.





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  Reply # 486519 27-Jun-2011 17:42
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nakedmolerat:
heavenlywild: What plan are you on?


Smart plan. Very very happy.


Cool stuff, so basically matching what's being offered to new customers:)  

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  Reply # 486572 27-Jun-2011 20:24
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I don't use 150 texts a month let alone 2500, but its a nice gimmick to keep us loyal's happy. How about permanently doubling minutes instead?

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  Reply # 486577 27-Jun-2011 20:33
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kingjj:How about permanently doubling minutes instead?


The "current life of the plan" offer is effectively permanent doubling isn't it?

I could not be happier with signing up to smart plan recently, $500 handset subsidy, unlimited texts (I will never use 2500 txts in a single month ever), and "whilst stocks last" unlimited data (again i will struggle to ever come even close to using the 3gb/mth promo deal),



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  Reply # 486582 27-Jun-2011 20:43
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kingjj: I don't use 150 texts a month let alone 2500, but its a nice gimmick to keep us loyal's happy. How about permanently doubling minutes instead?


i use around 700 txts a month, that is mostly for spamming mates and short replies 





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  Reply # 486583 27-Jun-2011 20:48
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I switched to 2degrees about a month ago because Vodafone didn't offer this, they're really just matching the competition, coming in pretty late really. Because 2degrees regularly has problems delivering txt promptly I almost switched back when I saw the plan change, but 2degrees gives me twice as many minutes for the same money. If 2deg keep stuffing txt up i'll switch back though, Vodafone were always very reliable for me.




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  Reply # 486585 27-Jun-2011 20:50
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Glad you got my SMS I sent out today

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  Reply # 486605 27-Jun-2011 21:48
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I sent 7 text messages last month so just trying to work out how to use the other 2493 messages.



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nitrotech: I sent 7 text messages last month so just trying to work out how to use the other 2493 messages.


you need to learn how to make friends! Tongue out 

 





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  Reply # 487674 30-Jun-2011 08:59
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nakedmolerat:
nitrotech: I sent 7 text messages last month so just trying to work out how to use the other 2493 messages.


you need to learn how to make friends! Tongue out 

 



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  Reply # 487675 30-Jun-2011 08:59
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He probably uses his data plan and IM apps!




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  Reply # 488282 1-Jul-2011 14:55
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I would have preferred $10 off my plan instead of 4x the texts, I sent 29 texts last month.

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  Reply # 493670 15-Jul-2011 11:22
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Can I trade 2000 of those texts for say 100 free international texts? I rarely text anyone, and when I do, it's usually to overseas (local people, I just call)

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