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Topic # 95806 13-Jan-2012 15:03
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Just last month I went to Australia and whilst there found a group called amaysim which for $20 gave me $50 of free calling and for $40, 4GB of data. 

I am off to the USA for 8 days and I was hoping to do the same thing, but I can't seem to find a provider.

Anyone regularly travel who can let me know what they do for data when they are away. It would be ideal to get 2-3GB.



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  Reply # 568459 13-Jan-2012 15:21
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Trying to figure out what this has to do with Vodafone NZ?

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  Reply # 568463 13-Jan-2012 15:24
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I am a VFNZ customer, so I was hoping there might be people here with experiences I could rely upon.

Ask the mod to move it to another forum if it's a problem for you.


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  Reply # 568469 13-Jan-2012 15:27
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But the question is not related to a Vodafone NZ service in any way. Just seems odd

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