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Topic # 37028 6-Jul-2009 13:42
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Hi Everybody,

I would just like to introduce myself first, I am Andy and I work for Black + White Mobile.

It is my Job to ensure that I answer any questions you have on Geekzone about our network.
So please, feel free to fire away! I will do the best I can to get you the Answers in a timely fashion.

I look forward to your responses!

BWAndy




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  Reply # 232133 7-Jul-2009 17:01
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Any chance of a prepay offering?

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  Reply # 232386 8-Jul-2009 12:52
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I fail to see the advantages of anyone switching to black and white from Vodafone? The plans seem exactly the same, however black and white customers don't get the Vodafone pmoros... what's the point?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 232412 8-Jul-2009 13:25
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Following on from Simon, I also don't see much of an advantage, other than 30-day terms and subsidies on phones without having to sign long-term contracts.

Most of the offerings are pretty much what Vodafone sell.




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  Reply # 232423 8-Jul-2009 13:36
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Great Questions Guys,

With regard to Prepay, We feel that prepay is costing New Zealanders far too much, so we offer minute and text bundled plans so that you get better value for money without being locked in, Also, you have to pay full retail price for your mobiles, with us its only ever wholesale for the mobile, so you get great rates, no strings and cheap mobiles. A complete package.

With regard to Vodafone and our plans being similar, We offer no terms and we charge by the second after the first minute, you wont get that with Vodafone, Also you are included on their on net calling and texting rates so benefits are definately there.

Thanks guys, feel free to fire some more questions my way.




Look at the great benefits of being a member:

1. FREE SIM Card
2. FREE 600 NZ texts every month
3. WHOLESALE prices in new mobile phones
4. Keep your existing 021 or 027 number
5. You will be on a cutting edge 3G network with roaming to 120 countries


Call us on 0800 021 021/0800 027 027 or check out our website www.bw.co.nz


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  Reply # 236097 16-Jul-2009 13:33
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BWAndy: Great Questions Guys,



With regard to Prepay, We feel that prepay is costing New Zealanders far too much, so we offer minute and text bundled plans so that you get better value for money without being locked in, Also, you have to pay full retail price for your mobiles, with us its only ever wholesale for the mobile, so you get great rates, no strings and cheap mobiles. A complete package.



With regard to Vodafone and our plans being similar, We offer no terms and we charge by the second after the first minute, you wont get that with Vodafone, Also you are included on their on net calling and texting rates so benefits are definately there.



Thanks guys, feel free to fire some more questions my way.

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