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  Reply # 151772 27-Jul-2008 12:24
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LennonNZ: you can sync your email via itunes... (you have the cable?)

Unfortunately, iTunes only syncs email settings. So it's a no go there...




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Reply # 156455 12-Aug-2008 23:32
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can someone help me understand this $1 per 10mb thing. Does the 10 mb cover a certain period of time (like 24 hours) or is i a monthly thing?

i used 4.2 mb's today, then i deleted the vodafone profile. Will my data reset again when i install the profile or how does it work.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 156467 13-Aug-2008 06:45
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Yes it is $1 per day for up to 10MB so if you use it another day for less than 10MB, that will be another $1 you get charged.

If you use 3MB in the morning then delete the profile then re-add it later the same day you will only have 7MB more left to use before being charged the excess MB charge.

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  Reply # 156472 13-Aug-2008 07:10
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So are we assuming that this is midnight every day? or 24 hours after the initial data usage?

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Yes it is an assumption but uses of the words "on the days you use it" and "daily" on the Vodafone website mean midnight to midnight to me, Paul? Cool

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