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Topic # 173540 27-May-2015 09:01
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Is that correct? My only two options are to auto top up when my balance falls below $2.50 (I think it was) or an auto set amount top up each month? The trouble is if I use less than $20 a month the set amount one is no good, and if an auto-renew hasn't enough funds, but there is still more than the minimum amount in my account to trigger an auto top up, the auto-renew will fail.




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  Reply # 1312468 27-May-2015 09:11
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That's correct, yes.




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  Reply # 1312770 27-May-2015 14:21
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Ah well, my feedback would be that I'd like to completely automate my payments, and that means auto-top up whenever a payment will exceed available credit. Still, I am happier as a 2degrees customer than I ever was with Vodafone :-)




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