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Topic # 87598 2-Aug-2011 14:49
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The 3GB will no longer be offered, and current users have another six months, according to the NBR.

I can imagine pretty soon people will start complaining about the cost of mobile data...




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  Reply # 500818 2-Aug-2011 14:51
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shame

was a great thing. thanks voda :)




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  Reply # 500851 2-Aug-2011 15:37
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it was always coming I guess..... wasn't ever going to keep me with voda anyway....

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  Reply # 500854 2-Aug-2011 15:39
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Yes the 3Gig offer is coming to an end

But as always we will have something new coming and sorry I can't talk about it yet

Thanks John

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  Reply # 500869 2-Aug-2011 15:58
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Wow, some harsh comments on the NBR link above. I wonder if that upsets anyone at big red?



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  Reply # 500871 2-Aug-2011 15:59
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To be fair Vodafone always said it was temporary. Most of those comments sound like "hey I'm a freeloader and I'll diss the company who gave me such a huge bonus for so long"...





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  Reply # 500872 2-Aug-2011 16:01
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and something is coming to replace the offer that is permanent so watch this space

John

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  Reply # 500873 2-Aug-2011 16:02
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Still, if customers were talking about my business like that I would be gutted. Maybe the "things around the corner" should have been announced at the same time?

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  Reply # 500875 2-Aug-2011 16:04
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johnr: and something is coming to replace the offer that is permanent so watch this space

John


Does the current offer expire straight away?, the NBR article suggested it will last for another 6 months for some people on the plan.....any more details about who qualifies for that?

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  Reply # 500879 2-Aug-2011 16:10
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mule:
johnr: and something is coming to replace the offer that is permanent so watch this space

John


Does the current offer expire straight away?, the NBR article suggested it will last for another 6 months for some people on the plan.....any more details about who qualifies for that?


Customers that have the offer now have it for another 6 months

So 6 months notice

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Reply # 500880 2-Aug-2011 16:11
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michaelmurfy: A free hug from John with every 24mo contract taken up.


I told you not to share the new offer replacing it,

Cats out of the bag now guys, Who wants the first hug?

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  Reply # 500881 2-Aug-2011 16:12
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michaelmurfy: A free hug from John with every 24mo contract taken up.


You'd expect more than a hug after 2 years wouldn't you? It's more likely to be extra purchasable data bundles...

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Reply # 500883 2-Aug-2011 16:13
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Ham:
michaelmurfy: A free hug from John with every 24mo contract taken up.


You'd expect more than a hug after 2 years wouldn't you? It's more likely to be extra purchasable data bundles...


Ok then 3 hugs and a kiss (no tongue)

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  Reply # 500885 2-Aug-2011 16:15
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johnr:
mule:
johnr: and something is coming to replace the offer that is permanent so watch this space

John


Does the current offer expire straight away?, the NBR article suggested it will last for another 6 months for some people on the plan.....any more details about who qualifies for that?


Customers that have the offer now have it for another 6 months

So 6 months notice


Thats great, thanks for clearing it up.  6 months is a lot better than the 30 days notice Vodafone said they would give.  6 months is a long time in the mobile world, things could and hopefullly will be different by then, I dont know if I could manage with only 250mb.

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  Reply # 500888 2-Aug-2011 16:17
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johnr:
Ham:
michaelmurfy: A free hug from John with every 24mo contract taken up.


You'd expect more than a hug after 2 years wouldn't you? It's more likely to be extra purchasable data bundles...


Ok then 3 hugs and a kiss (no tongue)


How long do I have to sign up for to get tongue? 36 months? 




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