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loganjames

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#111263 29-Oct-2012 09:37
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Logged on to my 2 degrees account this morning and noticed I now have non stop texting! Also the bonus data is available on $29 plans (500mb) and there is a "unlimited" international calling plan for $179.

Not that I use more than 100 texts a month but it's good to see more competition.

Good work 2 degrees.

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  #708320 29-Oct-2012 12:19
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Nice plan bump. Keep it up 2degrees!

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  #708387 29-Oct-2012 13:07
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all the new details on the website http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans

lots of the prepay packs are upsized as well




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  #708388 29-Oct-2012 13:11
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Sweet, my text status now shows "All I need" The 2D!!!

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  #708395 29-Oct-2012 13:18
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pwner: all the new details on the website http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans

lots of the prepay packs are upsized as well

Prepay packs are unchanged. They got a boost some while ago.

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  #709044 30-Oct-2012 11:25

Unlimited texts is almost meaningless in todays age and technology.

I already had some crazy amount in the thousands of free texts that come with the $89 plan so a switch to unlimited is no benefit to me.

Now if they got with it and upped national data plan from 1gb to 2gb that would be worth my while.

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  #709127 30-Oct-2012 13:20

webup: Unlimited texts is almost meaningless in todays age and technology.

I already had some crazy amount in the thousands of free texts that come with the $89 plan so a switch to unlimited is no benefit to me.

Now if they got with it and upped national data plan from 1gb to 2gb that would be worth my while.


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  #709192 30-Oct-2012 15:12
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Meh broadband plans and packs.

What I want is an improvement on the basic "national" 50 MB and 100 MB plans, and casual usage (50c / MB?)

$6 for 50 MB...

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