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Topic # 8860 3-Aug-2006 16:32
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Try it, call 451 from Vodafone mobiles...

Me and about half of my mates got a msg, offerring a double (yes, double, not 50% bonus) topup.....  And hey, it sure is legit from Vodafone...

So let's see....  Double top up, and the $2 deal going on, it'll mean that I get...  10cent calls?  $1 for 10mins, to almost 80% of mobiles and landlines around the world!  Including video call too!

Sweet.......  Just some news for you guys, hope you all prepay-ers got a double top up promo msg too!


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Reply # 43252 3-Aug-2006 16:47
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The selective double/50% top up has been around for quite a long time. While I disagree with the concept and feel that they're shafting their On Account customers, its nothing new.




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Reply # 43255 3-Aug-2006 17:13
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Well us poor folks on Telecom don't get any of those double top up deals. I remember when VF had their huge big double top up 3 years ago i put $400 on my account. I somehow manged to blow through $800 credit in 2 and a half months.

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  Reply # 43256 3-Aug-2006 17:37
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I used to like Vodafone.....


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