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Topic # 113326 13-Jan-2013 21:49
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Anyone know what this is? From their website it appears to be 44cents per minute, but then in another column for 30 day topups  it says the pricing is for landlines. It isn't clear from this page http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay/pricing/calling-and-texting-overseas what the mobile to mobileUK price is

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  Reply # 744281 13-Jan-2013 21:59
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Thanks, yes that is the link I also posted above. But it doesn't actually specify that it is showing the NZ mobile to UK mobile pricing. It only shows the mobile to uk landline pricing, as the 30 day topup option indicates that the pricing is for landlines only. Unless I am missing something, or it has been poorly setout.

I note that Vodafones is far more clear. $2 for 60 minutes(which is good value), or 89cents per minute.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 744299 13-Jan-2013 22:34
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I would also go with what you said in your first post. It looks to me like it is 44c a minute to all phones in the UK including mobile but if you topup every 30 days calls to landlines only become 22c a minute. Thats how I read it.



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  Reply # 744318 13-Jan-2013 23:00
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kfella2000: I would also go with what you said in your first post. It looks to me like it is 44c a minute to all phones in the UK including mobile but if you topup every 30 days calls to landlines only become 22c a minute. Thats how I read it.


Thanks. Yes that is how I read it, but may contact them just to be sure, so I don't end up with a nasty surprise on my credit.

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  Reply # 745137 15-Jan-2013 14:52
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mattwnz:
kfella2000: I would also go with what you said in your first post. It looks to me like it is 44c a minute to all phones in the UK including mobile but if you topup every 30 days calls to landlines only become 22c a minute. Thats how I read it.


Thanks. Yes that is how I read it, but may contact them just to be sure, so I don't end up with a nasty surprise on my credit.


Hi 

It's 44c per min to call UK mobiles anytime when you're in NZ.   

The way to read that page is that when you top-up the charge to landlines comes down to 22c per min for 30 days, as per the 'Top Up and Get'.

Hope that helps. 

^POB

 




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