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# 131145 10-Oct-2013 11:37
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Can anyone confirm whether the old Zone 12gb data pack for $99 is still available to new 2 Degrees customers or not. Per their website it says "If you're an existing customer looking for our Zone Data Packs, visit our Zone Data Packs page". Kind of implies you can't get it if your are new but on twitter the 2 Degrees representative contradicted this?

 

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  # 912016 10-Oct-2013 12:04
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It is still available, yes. So is the 3GB Broadband pack. The 1GB Broadband pack has been removed.




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  # 912017 10-Oct-2013 12:07
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Hi, the 12GB Mobile Broadband Pack (valid for 6 months) is still available as is the 3GB (valid for 2 months) version - MBB Zone Packs

You can purchase them via the Top-Up Online page or texting 'buy zone 12gb' or 'buy zone 3gb' to 233.

They can only be used within our MBB Zones.

As Salty says the 1GB pack has been removed replaced by the 1GB NZ Pack.

Just to add the 3GB NZ Pack is valid for 1 month the 3GB MBB Zone pack is valid for 2. More info - 2degrees NZ Data Packs

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