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  #966682 14-Jan-2014 11:10
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Oh pheww! What a relief! Sure had me heart beating before (and I'm sure others too)! Lol..

Only the 1GB plan was being switched I'm guessing.




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  #966844 14-Jan-2014 14:40
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2DegreesCare: Hi guys

Don't panic! The MBB 12GB and 3GB packs are not being discontinued! :)

'In zone' customers can continue enjoying the great value they offer and we have no plans to get rid of them.

Just a reminder that if you have a Carryover Plan your Carryover data lasts a year, so if you have a MBB data pack and 'in zone' your Carryover Data will build up so at the end of the 6 or 2 months that you have your MBB pack your plan data will still be available, less any that you may have used when on our national roaming network.

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Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.




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  #966875 14-Jan-2014 15:17
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Lias: Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.


For $10 more Carryover Data is yours and you can share it, plus you get more more minutes, plus you get a phone if you sign up to a term...

More info - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans 

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  #967169 14-Jan-2014 21:57
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2DegreesCare:
Lias: Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.


For $10 more Carryover Data is yours and you can share it, plus you get more more minutes, plus you get a phone if you sign up to a term...

More info - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans 

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I'd love to be a on account customer for the convenience, but I barely even dent what I get per month currently on the $19 plan, the current on account plans are total overkill for me. Would love to see some $5 or $10 a month on account plans :-)




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  #967172 14-Jan-2014 22:01
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Lias:
2DegreesCare:
Lias: Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.


For $10 more Carryover Data is yours and you can share it, plus you get more more minutes, plus you get a phone if you sign up to a term...

More info - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans 

Cheers
^POB 


I'd love to be a on account customer for the convenience, but I barely even dent what I get per month currently on the $19 plan, the current on account plans are total overkill for me. Would love to see some $5 or $10 a month on account plans :-)


I don't think this would make a lot of business sense, because they would end up incurring huge costs either writing off or getting credit control to chase small amounts that customers end up defaulting on.

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It's a relief to know that the 12GB data packs are staying.

They're a godsend for those of us without fixed line broadband.

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2DegreesCare:
Lias: Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.


For $10 more Carryover Data is yours and you can share it, plus you get more more minutes, plus you get a phone if you sign up to a term...

More info - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans 

Cheers
^POB 


Now please create a $29 plan that is DATA heavy, as I rarely use my 90mins (have 450odd 'rolled over' )on the $19 plan, but it seems pointless to switch to a $29 plan for the shared data I'd like to use, when my data is the most precious part of the $19 plan anyway?

 
 
 
 


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PhantomNVD:
2DegreesCare:
Lias: Be nice if the $19 Prepay combo had carryover data as well.


For $10 more Carryover Data is yours and you can share it, plus you get more more minutes, plus you get a phone if you sign up to a term...

More info - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans 

Cheers
^POB 


Now please create a $29 plan that is DATA heavy, as I rarely use my 90mins (have 450odd 'rolled over' )on the $19 plan, but it seems pointless to switch to a $29 plan for the shared data I'd like to use, when my data is the most precious part of the $19 plan anyway?


What I'd like is the minutes I seldom use halved and my data doubled. That extra 500MB over christmas made such a difference.

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