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Topic # 112611 14-Dec-2012 10:46 Send private message

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobile/plansandpricing/big/
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/prepay-freebees/?gclid=CPjsk7mrmLQCFYl7Qgodd30ANA

And the best offer is from Skinny Mobile (Telecom) who offer this:
Skinny pricing.The best way to live Skinny is to roll with one of our $4 a week Combos*.
You get 60 mins calling to any NZ network, 60 MBs of data and 100 texts each week!
Not to mention that because it's summer you get:
FREE Skinny to Skinny calling and Skinny to Skinny MMS+ 44 MB data EXTRA each week with any active $4 a week combo
(Fair use policy applies. Ends March 31 2013).


Ive always been a 2degrees man, but these offers are hard to beat.
Time for 2degrees to show some initiative and make better counter offers which could include carrying data etc over to the next month.
Unfortunately, they seem to have dropped the ball in the last six months. Their phone support response has been abysmal and they’ve forgotten most of their customer base is there because of their earlier competitiveness.

Time for 2degrees to pull its socks up IMHO.
Al.

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  Reply # 732489 14-Dec-2012 11:27 Send private message

We've just moved over 3 phones from Vodafone to 2Degrees and will save about $70 a month so I think their plans are great. :)




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