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Topic # 114524 22-Feb-2013 13:05
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I presume I keep my current data allocation that has been rolled over if I downgrade from 50GB to 20GB plan. Are you able to confirm? Thanks.

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  Reply # 767724 22-Feb-2013 15:30
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From what I've seen - no. 

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  Reply # 767730 22-Feb-2013 15:32
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you don't keep it. that would miss the point of rollover data from slingshots point of view i.e. keeping you on a higher plan



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  Reply # 767767 22-Feb-2013 16:51
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Official word is no, you don't keep it. But I've paid for it.

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  Reply # 767769 22-Feb-2013 16:57
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Chainsaw: Official word is no, you don't keep it. But I've paid for it.


Yes you paid for it but you changed the agreement when you moved to a lower GB limit.

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  Reply # 767772 22-Feb-2013 17:01
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I certainly wouldn't expect to keep data when downgrading - people would just sign up for a higher plan for a few months, downgrade to the cheapest plan and then use their rollover data for the next year or so.

Bit like a buffet restaurant allowing people to take their own plastic containers..


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