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Topic # 145366 16-May-2014 07:49
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Could someone on a recent plan from snap tell me what the current data packs are? I ask because a post in another thread suggested the packs I see on my grandfathered plan my be different, and I'm curious if this is true and if so whether it's worth switching to a new plan.

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  Reply # 1046024 16-May-2014 08:04
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$15

 

 Additional 100GB data

 

 

 

 

 

$25

 

 Additional 250GB data

 

 

 

 

 

$45

 

 Additional 500GB data

 

 

 

 

 

$70

 

 Additional 1000GB data

 

 

 

 


May as well switched to unlimited since everyone is in the same pool.




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  Reply # 1046034 16-May-2014 08:18
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Ah ok, they are the same, thanks. While I understand what you're saying, I don't need unlimited every month so I'm not keen to pay an extra $25(I think) a month every month that I wont use some months. When I do need to do some big downloads the smallest data pack is enough for me so I can get the free 1am-7am and I just schedule downloads.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1046036 16-May-2014 08:21
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fair enough, didnt realise the price difference between the 50GB base plan and unlimited was $24/25 :)



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  Reply # 1046062 16-May-2014 09:14
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50GB would be a bit tight, but my grandfathered plan has a base of 100GB (+25GB bonus from teched)  :)

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  Reply # 1046147 16-May-2014 10:59
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reven: $15  Additional 100GB data   $25  Additional 250GB data   $45  Additional 500GB data   $70  Additional 1000GB data
May as well switched to unlimited since everyone is in the same pool.


Where is this from? my additional data is much higher than this. I posted a reply in the other thread sidefx:



edit: Oh wait yes, the second button that lets you change your plan data. Never mind. Thought this had been removed for some reason

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  Reply # 1046150 16-May-2014 11:02
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ones i posted arent additional data but monthly data packs.  it would be nice if those data packs cost the same, but they dont. 

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  Reply # 1046153 16-May-2014 11:09
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Good to see those data packs are still available. For a second I thought they got axed.

EDIT: Actually looks like you can't add those cheap packs while signing up to a new plan. Maybe they are actually being phased out?




 

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  Reply # 1047578 18-May-2014 19:12
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defragger: Good to see those data packs are still available. For a second I thought they got axed.

EDIT: Actually looks like you can't add those cheap packs while signing up to a new plan. Maybe they are actually being phased out?

That appears to be the case from what i can see.

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