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Topic # 86425 6-Jul-2011 17:38
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Hey everyone,

I am currently on the Vodafone Text er 60 plan with a 24 month contract.

I am going to be going to the UK for 3 weeks and was wondering what the costs associated with that would be.

My plan comes with 60 min + 600 texts 

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  Reply # 490174 6-Jul-2011 17:44
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The included SMS and minutes are only valid for use in NZ

search roaming on www.vodafone.co.nz

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  Reply # 490177 6-Jul-2011 17:46
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Check out the Vodafone website or call them on 777

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/roaming/

Your included plan bundles are not used when roaming.

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  Reply # 490178 6-Jul-2011 17:47
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johnr: The included SMS and minutes are only valid for use in NZ

search roaming on www.vodafone.co.nz


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  Reply # 490179 6-Jul-2011 17:47
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something to note you pay for ALL incoming calls

No cost for incoming SMS and there is a surcharge for every SMS you send



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  Reply # 490192 6-Jul-2011 18:23
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OK,
Thanks for all of the replies.
I am presuming this counts for bestmate as well, could someone confirm? 

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  Reply # 490201 6-Jul-2011 18:46
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Phexx: OK,
Thanks for all of the replies.
I am presuming this counts for bestmate as well, could someone confirm? 


Yes. You pay roaming charges for ALL calls, SMS's and data.



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  Reply # 490219 6-Jul-2011 19:29
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OK,
Thanks again! 

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  Reply # 490229 6-Jul-2011 19:54
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If someone has your number as a bestmate then its valid for the calling party in NZ but you still pay for the incoming call as you are the one not in your home country NZ

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