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Topic # 151096 13-Aug-2014 22:09
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My $19 combo is running out of data. Should I buy a 100 or 300MB pack does it use that up before my next months combo pack when it gets renewed? As the data packs are not rollover. Thx

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  Reply # 1108278 14-Aug-2014 12:11
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Carry over data = 1 year expiry
Standard national data packs = 1 month expiry
Broadband zone data packs = 2 to 6 month expiry depending on pack.

The data expiring soonest is used first.

Example:
June i have 500mb of data carrying over to the next month
July i buy a 12gb 6 month pack
August i buy a 100mb national data pack.

If Inside a broadband zone: It will use the 12gb first since zone data is prioritized, then the 100mb pack.
If Outside a broadband zone: It will use up the 100mb pack first since its expiring soonest and zone data is unavailable.

Then the carry over, as thats expiring in 12 months from when i bought it.

edit: fixed as per below.

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  Reply # 1108287 14-Aug-2014 12:26
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Unless something has changed recently the zone packs get used first (when in a zone).
then data packs, then carryover data.

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  Reply # 1108435 14-Aug-2014 14:49
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Actually sorry, i stand corrected there on that one. I wrote zone data pack up the top and then forgot the 12gb pack is zone data further down my post. Good point!

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