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Topic # 100834 19-Apr-2012 11:47
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Trying to purchase the 19 Data Value Pack (Prepay) for my wife's phone online (She has the phone, I have the bank balance to buy the credit)
http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/topuponline

Unfortunately it is not listed as an option.  The 19 Text Combo is there, but its not the one I want.

I know I can get her to log into her 2degrees account, and purchase, but then I still need to supply the cc details, so I thought it would be easier to do it this way, and I could do it all from work.

HALP!

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  Reply # 611792 19-Apr-2012 11:55
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I tried to buy the same combo last night and found the same. You can buy it from the device easily enough by texting to 233 and that worked for me i.e. "Buy 19Data"...

Cheers Mike


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  Reply # 611796 19-Apr-2012 11:56
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Hi,

You can top your wife's phone up from your phone. Just dial 201 and press option 2 to top up using your credit card. Make sure you then select option 1 to top up another phone and put her number in.

Once you've done the top up, get your wife to text 'buy 19data' to 233 and she'll have the Data pack on her phone for the next month.

We are working on getting the $19 Data Combo loaded into 'Your 2degrees' but until then, this is the best workaround.

Cheers,
^SB




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