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# 257171 19-Sep-2019 09:04
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Looks good to me.

 

 

 

https://www.warehousemobile.co.nz/terms/pickn-go-terms-and-conditions/

 

 

 

NZ Minutes - Pick'n Go $4 Talk Pack

 

 7.  Purchase the Pick’n Go $4 Talk Pack and get 200 minutes that you can only use to call:

 

a) any standard landline or mobile in New Zealand;  

 

b) selected international standard landlines in 14 eligible destinations; and

 

c) selected international standard mobiles in 14 eligible destinations. 

 

8. The eligible destinations are:

 

a) International standard landlines: Australia (excludes Australian External Territories including Norfolk Island), United Kingdom (excluding Overseas Territories and Crown dependencies), Canada (excluding Canada Northwest Territories), United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii, and territories/commonwealths including America Samoa,Guam), Germany, Israel, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, India, China, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.

 

b) International standard mobiles: Australia (excludes Australian External Territories including Norfolk Island), United Kingdom (excluding Overseas Territories and Crown dependencies), Canada (excluding Canada Northwest Territories), United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii, and territories/commonwealths including America Samoa, Guam), Germany, Israel, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, India, China, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.

 

9. The following calls are excluded:  

 

a) calls made to premium-rate numbers (for example 0900, 018, call forwarding services) in the eligible destinations;

 

b) calls to satellite phones, and


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  # 2320179 19-Sep-2019 10:47
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Looks good. Also noticed that the casual rates for these countries are brought down.


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