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  Reply # 174513 30-Oct-2008 00:28
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scottjpalmer: I have the equivalent of BestMates on B+W, they call them "Favourites"

I just had a look at those, unlimited calls, texts and MMS messages to a B+W or Vodafone customer, not bad, actually.
Unfortunately for me, I can and do have a better deal elsewhere.




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  Reply # 174516 30-Oct-2008 00:37
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munchkin: I just had a look at those, unlimited calls, texts and MMS messages to a B+W or Vodafone customer, not bad, actually.
Unfortunately for me, I can and do have a better deal elsewhere.


Sounds like you are in a similar situation to someone else that has posted in this thread ;-)


I'm not the slightest bit surprised there isn't a resounding "YES" to the question asked in the title of this thread. For me my current usage is a perfect fit for a combination of the B+W services and with the couple of bonuses (600 TXTs and Hosted Exchange) thrown in I see a substantial monthly saving from my previous provider (Vodafone + SherWeb) plus Exchange hosted in NZ and only one bill to pay.

I wish B+W all the best for the future and hope that soon we see some tweaking and additions to their plans pages so they can tempt some more of you unlucky enough to not find a current option from B+W that suits you :-)

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