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Topic # 9288 5-Sep-2006 12:55
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I have an email address like myname @ vodafone.net.nz and it forwards all messages to my phone by SMS. I seem to remember it cost 20 cents each time, but I wanted to double-check today. I rang Vodafone and was said it is 10$ per MB... but this does not seem correct... or is it?

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  Reply # 45445 5-Sep-2006 13:00
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Yes its 20 cents per notification and it does not forward the Email it just a notification

This can be turned off in Vodafone mail on the vodafone.co.nz website

Ignore the $10 per meg thats the default rate for packet data if you don't choose a data plan



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Reply # 45451 5-Sep-2006 14:10
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Thanks; that's what I thought. However I do receive the first lines of the email... not only a notification!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 45464 5-Sep-2006 17:02
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It's kinda like a forwarded email that formats to show sender and subject and whom it's from then it fits the last lines into the message.

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