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Topic # 85882 27-Jun-2011 19:17
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Vodafone is dropping the price of data roaming in Australia to $0.50/MB, continuing its strategy of simplifying trans Tasman roaming and leading market pricing.

This new rate is available to prepay and on account customers.
 
$0.50/MB is the lowest data roaming price available to all customers on either side of the Tasman. While other carriers have opted for different pricing models for different customers based on their monthly spend, Vodafone is offering $0.50/MB to all customers.

 Vodafone’s General Manager of Consumer Marketing, Kursten Shalfoon says the move is part of Vodafone’s ongoing commitment to offer the best value to customers heading to our most popular overseas destination.
 
“Uptake of our $1/MB roaming to Australia has been strong, so we’ve decided to offer even better value to our customers travelling across the ditch by halving it again”
 
To ensure customers can keep track of how much data they are using, we will send real time TXT notifications to customers’ mobiles when they reach 2MB, 5MB and 10MB data usage.
 
The $0.50/MB rate is available from today to all customers travelling to Australia. To find out more visit http://www.vodafone.co.nz/dataroaming






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  Reply # 486635 27-Jun-2011 22:46
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I vaguely remember paying about that for dial up internet in 1994(?)

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  Reply # 486684 28-Jun-2011 06:25
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gible: I vaguely remember paying about that for dial up internet in 1994(?)


If you were it was an absolutle bargain. I was paying ~$7 per MB for dialup around that time!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 486711 28-Jun-2011 08:31
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hence the (?) ...when did ihug start up?...it was around then...ihug didn't do HB :( ..tho I did consider using the $5 max per call on weekends

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  Reply # 486718 28-Jun-2011 08:49
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Ok 2 Degrees your turn again.

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  Reply # 486721 28-Jun-2011 08:53
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gible: I vaguely remember paying about that for dial up internet in 1994(?)


If you were it was an absolutle bargain. I was paying ~$7 per MB for dialup around that time!




I was paying $10 / hour to Voyager..




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  Reply # 487009 28-Jun-2011 16:45
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gible: I vaguely remember paying about that for dial up internet in 1994(?)


I was still paying 50 cents a meg in 2004 at school. In order to get internet allowance you had to deposit your cash in a box in the IT door who would load it onto your account within 5 days... simpler times Undecided

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