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MichaelNZ

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#196757 11-Jun-2016 17:08
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Last time I had an account with Vodafone (2014) I had to jump through flaming hoops to get through to anyone. Now I can get through fairly quickly and it's 2degrees I call every day for 4 days in a row and get promised every day someone from business sales will call back. I really don't like begging companies to buy stuff from them.

 

I live in a rural area so going into a store is not my preferred option.





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Jase2985
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  #1570090 11-Jun-2016 18:01
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VF are just as crap, look at any one of the recommend me an ISP threads and VF dont get a mention


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  #1570099 11-Jun-2016 18:19
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I'm currently with Warehouse Mobile and I don't use the $10 worth of prepay I buy every month. I am just about to get a tablet and wanted to get combined data because Warehouse Mobile only offers a 500Mb package.

 

If I could get another prepay SIM with more data and which isn't an absurd price per month this would probably also do the job.

 

I think it's obvious those jack ***** don't want any more on account business. If someone wants to buy from my business I'll happily take their money (Thank you sir/madam) double quick. Surely I am not alone in that?





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  #1570292 12-Jun-2016 06:32
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 If you contact someone in the 2degrees forum they should be able to help you.


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  #1570303 12-Jun-2016 08:37
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quickymart:

 

 If you contact someone in the 2degrees forum they should be able to help you.

 

 

It is beneath me to beg a company to sell me anything. When I have come across companies like this in the past I have always found a way around them.

 

I have no love for Telecom but companies who behave like this are even worse.

 

Jase2985:

 

VF are just as crap, look at any one of the recommend me an ISP threads and VF dont get a mention

 

 

They may well be crap but at this point they are ahead.





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