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  Reply # 1101781 4-Aug-2014 15:27
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$19 combo
1126 minutes
1.6GB




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  Reply # 1102444 5-Aug-2014 11:11
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$19 Combo
1261 Minutes - 1 minute expiring 25th August
1.7GB - expiring 25 April 2015

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1102840 5-Aug-2014 20:10
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$19 Combo
173 mins
4.9GB 

Around 3.5 GB is from the mobile zone 12GB pack so I've been accumulating 500MB from my $19 combo for months now. Pretty happy that I'm not losing 500MB each month like I was before carryover data was introduced.





 

 

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  Reply # 1104104 7-Aug-2014 14:33
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2357 Mins
3030.13MB

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  Reply # 1104260 7-Aug-2014 17:18
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BTR: 2357 Mins
3030.13MB


While rollover IS GREAT. I wonder if people like this realise they're prolly overpaying by being on the $19rollover compared to pay as you go? Unless texting more than 1000 times a month?? (=$20)



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  Reply # 1104360 7-Aug-2014 20:21
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PhantomNVD:
BTR: 2357 Mins
3030.13MB


While rollover IS GREAT. I wonder if people like this realise they're prolly overpaying by being on the $19rollover compared to pay as you go? Unless texting more than 1000 times a month?? (=$20)

Also at 50c per mb, if you have a smartphone that $20 would get you 40mb, which is terrible value.


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  Reply # 1104405 7-Aug-2014 21:02
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$19 Combo

-849mins carried over
-131MB data, none carried over because I go through it all every month.

I'd gladly give up 3/4 of those minutes for more data :/

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  Reply # 1104708 8-Aug-2014 10:56
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PhantomNVD:
BTR: 2357 Mins
3030.13MB


While rollover IS GREAT. I wonder if people like this realise they're prolly overpaying by being on the $19rollover compared to pay as you go? Unless texting more than 1000 times a month?? (=$20)



I'm on $29 plan not prepaid.

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  Reply # 1104714 8-Aug-2014 11:02
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0 minutes 0 Data
Vodafone don't offer Roll Over (They steal My Minutes back/data at the end of the month)  

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  Reply # 1104791 8-Aug-2014 11:56
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PhantomNVD:
BTR: 2357 Mins
3030.13MB


While rollover IS GREAT. I wonder if people like this realise they're prolly overpaying by being on the $19rollover compared to pay as you go? Unless texting more than 1000 times a month?? (=$20)


My daughter is on a $19/mth prepay plan and is collecting up minutes and data like crazy. I don't consider we are overpaying i see it almost as a form of insurance against bill shock, for a monthly cost of $19/mth she can use her phone as she requires, if she has a particularly heavy usage month no problem it still only costs $19/mth. She is probably a bit young (8yo with smartphone) to properly understand how to manage her usage but touchwood we have not any issues.

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  Reply # 1104875 8-Aug-2014 13:53
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Yes, I use it to bank my mins and data for holidays, but when your bank is that big??? Seems you paying for something you don't need ... Anyway different value perspective on what $19 is worth I guess ;)

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  Reply # 1106518 11-Aug-2014 14:51
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$39 plan
Min = 2913
Data = 3390

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  Reply # 1106520 11-Aug-2014 14:59
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Joe2014: 0 minutes 0 Data
Vodafone don't offer Roll Over (They steal My Minutes back/data at the end of the month)  


+1 !

Vodafone, if you are reading this, this thread very much makes me want roll over minutes and data. 9 months of the year I only get through about 1/2 of what I get given, the other 3 months I hammer my usage! 

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sxz:
Joe2014: 0 minutes 0 Data
Vodafone don't offer Roll Over (They steal My Minutes back/data at the end of the month)  


+1 !

Vodafone, if you are reading this, this thread very much makes me want roll over minutes and data. 9 months of the year I only get through about 1/2 of what I get given, the other 3 months I hammer my usage! 


If that's the case, what on earth prevents you from moving to 2Degress like the rest of us?




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  Reply # 1106553 11-Aug-2014 15:30
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Spong:
sxz:
Joe2014: 0 minutes 0 Data
Vodafone don't offer Roll Over (They steal My Minutes back/data at the end of the month)  


+1 !

Vodafone, if you are reading this, this thread very much makes me want roll over minutes and data. 9 months of the year I only get through about 1/2 of what I get given, the other 3 months I hammer my usage! 


If that's the case, what on earth prevents you from moving to 2Degress like the rest of us?


The broadband discount I get. 

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