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  Reply # 1107949 13-Aug-2014 20:45
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kngjse:  I saw an ad on TV the other night from Vodafone for a red share plan with unlimited texting and calling to NZ and Australia and data sharing between mobiles and devices which sounds pretty similar to 2D plans already on the market.



Copying some aspects of 2Degrees only goes to show 2Degrees have a winner on their hands.
However, I wonder if Vodafone and Spark steal back any of your left over minutes and data at the end of each month?




Tivo upgrades to operate with the new OzTivo EPG, support and service. Over 300 performed here so far. See: www.hillcrest.net.nz


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  Reply # 1107994 13-Aug-2014 22:13
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Me thinks for the family annual trip... if I had to it would just be one data pack on top of my combo right. While a rollover giant cap would be handy it's not essential. I would have to find stuff to do to use up 2gb in a single month.

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  Reply # 1107997 13-Aug-2014 22:20
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January had combo without data rollover then stopped it just had a rollover 3 weeks ago with data rollover. I have 120mins, unlimited texts. 30MB. Not enough for me skinny 1GB deal better but my phone not compatible.

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