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  Reply # 1172278 10-Nov-2014 16:10
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garvani: Pretty sure offering 1gb for $19 isn't in there best interests at all. Im currently on a $69 pay monthly plan, primarily for the 1.25gb data (almost 1 year into a 2 year contract, will be downgrading the plan soon regardless). If they were to offer 1gb data on a $19 plan i would immediately cancel the plan and pay the break charges, saving $50 a month it wont take long to pay that breakage fee.

Considering how much data ive banked over the last year i don't even know why im on such a plan, i welcome such a move from 2degrees.



In that case if you're on a $69 plan primarily for the 1.25gb data, wouldn't it make sense for you to break contract and switch to their $29 pay monthly plan with 1gb of data? You'd still be saving $40 per month!

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  Reply # 1173121 11-Nov-2014 21:08
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It'd be cool if you could make your own kinda custom plan.  For example, $19 you get 19 credits, and then you can mix it up, say 2 credits per 10 mins, 1 credit per 100mb, 5 credits for unlimited text, etc.

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