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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 162135 30-Jan-2015 10:43
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Do Snap still offer Uncapped Nights, and if so is it charged as an add-on, or already there for base plans?
I couldn't find any info on the snap website.
Thanks

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  Reply # 1225200 30-Jan-2015 10:47
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When you are on the customise plan page, use the slider on data cap. It looks like 50GB doesn't offer it but 150GB mentions:
Our 150 GB data packs come bundled with All You Can Eat Nights!
That means any data you use between 1am and 7am is unmetered and won't contribute to your data cap!     




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  Reply # 1225203 30-Jan-2015 10:48
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Thanks, I'm sure I read about it somewhere, but couldn't remember where!
Also found it at the bottom of http://offers.snap.net.nz/, so for all 150GB plans then.

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  Reply # 1225204 30-Jan-2015 10:49
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As above, I think if you have any data pack add-on you get 1am-7am uncapped - at least that's how it used to work, I have since moved to unlimited (which is awesome :)) so haven't had it for a while. 

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  Reply # 1225331 30-Jan-2015 13:13
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if you used to have it and switched to unlimited then for some reason it still records all data used between 1am to 7am as uncapped data, no idea why.




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