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Topic # 105720 9-Jul-2012 13:58
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Now with 5000 text messages to use a month

$10 text pack has also doubled to 5000.

How am I going to use all of those messages now. I can use 1000 if I try really hard.

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  Reply # 652938 9-Jul-2012 14:28
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you don't have to. just because you have something, doesn't mean you are required to use it.

If you had an unlimited txt plan would you be worrying about how you are going to use an infinite amount of txts?

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  Reply # 652964 9-Jul-2012 15:02

That's awesome! It's about time they made an example of skinny.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 653520 10-Jul-2012 14:08
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I also notice now for people that don't like topping up by $20 if they only want to say buy $10 text a month you can log on to the 2 Degrees website and use a Visa Debit or Credit Card to just purchase the individual add on you want which is a good feature for some.

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  Reply # 653650 10-Jul-2012 16:56
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tritex: I also notice now for people that don't like topping up by $20 if they only want to say buy $10 text a month you can log on to the 2 Degrees website and use a Visa Debit or Credit Card to just purchase the individual add on you want which is a good feature for some.


minimum topup online is $20 i think





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