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Topic # 204669 12-Oct-2016 13:10
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Is there an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) offering a good data share option (like 2degrees) but using the Vodafone network?


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  Reply # 1649748 12-Oct-2016 13:41
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I doubt it offering Sharing Data





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  Reply # 1649786 12-Oct-2016 14:28
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From memory Vodafones MVNOs are 2Degs, B+W and the Warehouse,


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1649789 12-Oct-2016 14:29
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warehouse uses 2degrees, and 2degrees is not a mvno, they have own half of a network and only roam for the rest.





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  Reply # 1649806 12-Oct-2016 14:39
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wellygary:

 

From memory Vodafones MVNOs are 2Degs, B+W and the Warehouse,

 

 

 

 

2Degrees is not a MVNO and Warehouse is a MVNO on 2Degrees





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