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# 143418 14-Apr-2014 16:55
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Just wondering if any of the current Mobile companies have any plans to introduce plans without call time, or give customers the ability to purchase what they want rather than being lumped with features that they don't use. So far Skinny is the only one to come close to it, but is still not perfect.

I'm after a plan that allows me to purchase say 250 txt and 1GB of data per month, without calltime or anything else etc. I hate purchasing plans that are lumped with huge call time allowances when I have no use for it, ever.




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  # 1025008 14-Apr-2014 16:59
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FreebeeDATA no call time bigger the top up more free data and unlimited SMS to NZ mobile numbers

credit remains active 12 months from last top up need more data you can purchase Data boost or maybe if you need some talking time min boost



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  # 1025019 14-Apr-2014 17:15
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Hugely expensive, for what I want its $40 a month from Vodafone. Sorry but way more expensive than what I'm paying now with call time. I'm paying $16 per month for 90mins, unlimited txt and 500mb of data pm. Even this type of plan minus the call time would do.




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  # 1025020 14-Apr-2014 17:17
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You are looking at it the wrong way the credit $40 is not taken when you top up



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  # 1025027 14-Apr-2014 17:29
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But after 30 days, how do I get a further allowance of txt's and data? if I'm reading the website correct you cant access add-ons.




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  # 1025032 14-Apr-2014 17:39
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Boost offers data when you require it if I remember correct daily boost , weekly boost

Let me check tomorrow



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  # 1025036 14-Apr-2014 17:46
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Cheers :)




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