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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 123162 26-Jun-2013 20:20
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With standard prepay on 2degrees people can buy the various talkpacks, text packs and combo packs directly using a credit / debit card individually without having to top up by a minimum of $20.

However I notice with prepay plus nothing is available to purchase individually, for example the Carryover minute combo or the Carryover chat 60 / 200 aren't listed to purchase individually.

I just wondered if there is a different way it can be done or failing that if 2Degrees could answer and advise if they intend to enable this to be done? I have tried calling 2Degrees but they advised they did not know and weren't entirely helpful.

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  Reply # 845753 26-Jun-2013 20:30
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I don't think you can at the moment. However, you should be aware that in order to keep the benefit of the carryover minutes, you need to have an actively recurring pack. If your pack should expire and drop off your account, any remaining carryover minutes you had will be deleted. So keeping topped up is the best way to go anyway.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 846635 28-Jun-2013 10:56
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These valuepacks can be purchased through SMS, mobile app and "your 2degrees"
The online topup (and facebook topup) doesnt have this functionality - this is *probably* to do with the "speed to market" focus of projects with (what may be) more difficult purchase channels deferred for later releases. 

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