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Topic # 67098 27-Aug-2010 21:00
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im buying an iphone outright..i spend about $60 a month on texts and calls..

which company would give me the best plans for around $60 a month..

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  Reply # 373763 27-Aug-2010 21:29
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Are you taking into account your location and coverage from the major networks?

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  Reply # 373764 27-Aug-2010 21:33
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Since you are going to sign up to a $60 plan, then best option is to go with VF. You will also get a very good handset subsidy.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/iphone/plans.jsp




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  Reply # 373789 27-Aug-2010 22:30
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If you bought it outright and you live in Auckland areas then 2degrees may the good option to choose.If you use $60 per months you could get around 500texts free -$20 for 512MB data you still have $40 for calling which is around 100mins/more or less if you calling landline and 2degrees number.

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  Reply # 373826 28-Aug-2010 01:55
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it probably depends on you being a bit more specific about what you want to use your phone for

If, as you say, it is just texts and calls then I have to ask why the hell are you buying an iphone?



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  Reply # 373862 28-Aug-2010 09:53
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im buying an iphone to use it..i dont have any idea of how much data i will be using so i didnt enter that component..will be using it for facebook, twitter, maps, etc..at a guess 250-500 meg per month.

also orcon have iphone plans also that look quite good..


orcon vs vodafone vs telecom vs 2 degrees..

who gives the best value for $60-80 per month

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