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#24774 2-Aug-2008 11:21
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/iphone/8gb-black.jsp

Unless I am missing something here, it appears that Vodafone have made some drastic changes

200mb plan $80
500mb plan $130
No 1GB plan?

Cheers

Ray

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  #153526 2-Aug-2008 11:34
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If you want the Iphone 1GB you have to go instore.



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  #153535 2-Aug-2008 12:31
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You are missing the POINT - V O D A F O N E   P R I C I N G looks different than yesterday

Who cares about if it is a 8gb or 16gb READ THE LINK!

R

 
 
 
 


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  #153539 2-Aug-2008 12:43
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I don't see where the changes have been made?

I signed up to the iPhone 250 plan on day one and it still has the same components and is the same price today as it was then...

Are you seeing something on the Vodafone website that I'm not??



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  #153542 2-Aug-2008 12:48
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There is no longer a $250 1GB plan optiion and under no instances can you buy the unit for $199 on a PLAN

Gone also is the 200MB plan , replaced by a 250MB plan

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/iphone/plans.jsp
iPhone Specific PlansiPhone 250iPhone 500
Cost per Month$80$130
Included Minutes120250
Included TXT600600
Included Data250 MB500 MB
Additional Usage  
Per minute$0.69$0.55
Per TXT$0.20$0.20
Per MB$0.10$0.10
iPhone with plan  
8GB iPhone$549$449
16GB iPhone$699$599

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  #153544 2-Aug-2008 12:51
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The 250MB plan was always a 250MB plan.

There was never a 200MB iPhone plan. Perhaps you are thinking of the Broadband Starter 200MB plan here



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  #153550 2-Aug-2008 12:53
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So where is the 1GB plan @ $250.00 per month that was available on release of the iPhone on the 11th - I know about the DATA PLANS - so how do you buy the $199 phone now.

I was enjoying this forum, but it is just full of negative abuse...

I just rang VODAFONE strore and yes, I am right they have changed



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  #153551 2-Aug-2008 12:55
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I take apologies in DATA CREDITS

So , back on subject - I wonder why these have changed?

 
 
 
 


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  #153553 2-Aug-2008 12:56
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I suggest you 2 both read the rules before you are banned.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=1046

This is your only warning, some of your posts have been hidden.



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  #153554 2-Aug-2008 12:57
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Hi John, am I right dude - have VODAFONE changes the options on buying the 3G?

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  #153555 2-Aug-2008 12:58
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The reason I said that was actually because the vodafone plans have actually been like that for around 2 weeks... so when you say that:

LECHRD: You are missing the POINT - V O D A F O N E   P R I C I N G looks different than yesterday


In caps with spaces in between like you're shouting out each individual letter. I just thought I'd call you out, because you seem to be treating people on here like they don't understand... but it's actually you that doesn't understand.

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  #153556 2-Aug-2008 12:59
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LECHRD: I take apologies in DATA CREDITS

So , back on subject - I wonder why these have changed?


Other than taking the iPhone 1GB plan off the website, I don't see what else has changed. Like I said, I signed on to the iPhone 250 plan on day one. It has always been there and there was never an iPhone 200 plan.

So what did the person on the phone at the Vodafone store tell you has changed?? (other than the iPhone 1GB plan that was removed a while ago from the site)

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  #153559 2-Aug-2008 13:07
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scottjpalmer: I suggest you 2 both read the rules before you are banned.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=1046

This is your only warning, some of your posts have been hidden.

No problem... I was just being silly.

But on the topic... there have been no changes to the pricing plans since the iPhone came out. The 1G plan was originally on the website but has been gone for about 2+ weeks.

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  #153561 2-Aug-2008 13:09
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LECHRD: Hi John, am I right dude - have VODAFONE changes the options on buying the 3G?
sorry i dont know nothing about the iphone 3g plans.

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  #153562 2-Aug-2008 13:10
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Somewhere in the couple of big iphone threads from around launch time it was discussed that to get the 1GB plan you had to go instore, this is not new.

Other than this, and the removal of the $199 special, what other pricing has actually changed?

Keep this thread on topic!




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  #153563 2-Aug-2008 13:12
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Close the tread then - I noticed the points you mentioned and it spiraled out of control

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