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Topic # 8702 24-Jul-2006 01:02
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When it would cost you 13.4c per minute on Get300!
then just 20c off peak thereafter, daytime calls are still just $1 a minute too.

Additionally, you are not forced with buying $20 worth of airtime at the horrendous price of $1 a minute.

if you take the base plan into account, it would really cost you 29c a minute and $1 a minute if you used up your minutes, owch!

and best news is, you are not tied into a contract on get 300.



I meant to post this months ago.

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  Reply # 42306 24-Jul-2006 11:39
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But that's only if you're a heavy Nights & Weekends User.  If you do lots of calling during the day too, a Get 300 plan will hurt you real bad in the pockets for $1/min during daytime...

Actually, here's kinda how I see it....

#1:  "Get Plans":  Perfect if you have access to a company phone during the day (so just use that during the day).  Or that you basically only use your mobile for those long chats at night to your partner (or other friends)....

#2:  You Choose:  All-rounder who uses his phone day and night, to 021/027 and landlines.  Heavy user of txt mssaging too.

#3:  Motormouth on account:  Pefect if you manage to get most of your mates on 021.  Plenty of free calling and free msgh you can make for $40/mth then.  Might be a generalisation, but I actually think quite a few of my asian friends have this plan, since they seem to only stick to Vodafone with their imported phones.

#4:  Motormouth prepay:  If you like to call anytime, better stick to prepay, really.  Might be sheer coincidence, but all the best calling deals seem to come out for prepay, maybe it's part of Vodafone's marketing strategy, that telecom take over the prepaid txt msg market, while Vdfn take over the calling part.

#5:  Nights/Weekends/Anytime Prepay:  Why don't you just switch to Telecom???

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  Reply # 42311 24-Jul-2006 12:30
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Get plans are EOL

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 42312 24-Jul-2006 12:44
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Sorry, what does EOL mean?

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  Reply # 42314 24-Jul-2006 12:46
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Reply # 42319 24-Jul-2006 13:18
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Jeffthechef: Get plans are EOL


Does that mean that it will soon become impossible for non-business users to have a billed account without being locked into a term contract? Will existing Get users eventually be pushed onto other plans?

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  Reply # 42326 24-Jul-2006 15:36
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alasta:
Jeffthechef: Get plans are EOL




Does that mean that it will soon become impossible for non-business users to have a billed account without being locked into a term contract? Will existing Get users eventually be pushed onto other plans?


Question 1, Is correct, but there is a 12 month option.
Question 2, Pass, wouldn't know sorry.



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Does that mean that it will soon become impossible for non-business users to have a billed account without being locked into a term contract? Will existing Get users eventually be pushed onto other plans?

Question 1, Is correct, but there is a 12 month option.

More of Grahame Maher's Excellent work being undone by the idiots whom now run Vodafone.

Removal of contracts and simplyfing the pricing models (get plans of $20, $30, $40) and everything in you choose ends in the complicated "psychological pricing" of $xx.95c......... Ech!

You Choose plans are inflexible with that forced peaktime $1 a minute "base plan", that's hardly "you choose"

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