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Topic # 151580 29-Aug-2014 16:28
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I just got a txt from 2 degrees (I'm on prepay):
Booster: 30 mins to NZ landlines and mobiles, 250 NZ txt for $3
(valid 1 mth). Offer available 24 hours.
I can't find this on the 2 deg website; do they do customer special offers?
I'd like to know a bit more, like can this be renewed?

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  Reply # 1118040 29-Aug-2014 16:30
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Most likely, Vodafone have been doing "Prepay Boosts" for a while so this is probably their take of it.

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  Reply # 1118057 29-Aug-2014 16:38
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Fill your boots! We offer these 'boost' promos to special, selected customers for time to time. :)



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  Reply # 1118061 29-Aug-2014 16:46
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Sounds good. But I'm a compulsive small-print reader. How do I find the details?

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  Reply # 1118078 29-Aug-2014 17:12
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i got one of the boosters offers last week but it was for 30 nzmin but i didn't take it as i had around 500 already. if i get offered again i will use it.


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  Reply # 1118088 29-Aug-2014 17:39
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I regularly get (and buy) a $1 for 100mb boost, works as offered too!

I guess they profile my use and see it's always the data I run out of, as I have about 700rollover minutes at the mo :)

Go for it, very cheap 'trial' of whether you like or need it anyway?

Also these don't 'renew' monthly so no worries there either...

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  Reply # 1118104 29-Aug-2014 18:17
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Here's the T & C's for the Booster packs - Booster packs T & Cs 

Enjoy! 
^POB

MOD EDIT: SP: Link fixed. FYI all T's n Cs' are here for 2degrees http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/terms-and-conditions



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  Reply # 1118278 29-Aug-2014 22:11
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Thanks! I'll give it a go.

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  Reply # 1118287 29-Aug-2014 22:40
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I got one after I ran out of data and had bought a 1gig pack - then got offered a 1gig pack for cheaper. Left wondering if I had waited a day could I have avoided paying the full price, maybe next time!

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