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Topic # 166155 4-Mar-2015 13:08
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Have dropped down to the $9 calls and texts pack, but would still like a bit of data every now and then.  Adding a 100MB data pack for $6 brings it to near same price as the standard $19 value pack.

The Skinny $9 pack includes 100MB of data which would be the sweet spot for me at the moment..

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Reply # 1251016 4-Mar-2015 13:48
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Anychance if VF can do the same :) too 

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I had been waiting  for 2D to do that as well. I was on the $19 combo but that was over kill for me, so i to switch to the $8 deal & then realised i do need a little bit of data.
So I switched to skinny last Monday because of their $9 deal.
Sorry 2D but if you make a combo in the $8-$10 range of minutes, txts & data I will be back.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1251548 5-Mar-2015 10:10
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Same here, my daughter is already on Skinny and I think I'll be making the switch at the end of the month.  The $9 Skinny pack is a really good deal for me.

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