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Topic # 185676 1-Dec-2015 13:44
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Hi, I'm thinking about moving to 2 degrees.

Can I move from plan to plan and keep carry over data?

I.e. join $49 per month and then move down to $29 per month later on AND keep my accrued minutes / data?  Can I move whenever I want and keep accrued data?

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  Reply # 1438582 1-Dec-2015 13:48
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I've kept my pre-paid carry over data/mins when moving between the $16 & $26 plans

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  Reply # 1438691 1-Dec-2015 15:56
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Yes you can keep your Carryover data and minutes (not unlimited minutes that's available on the $49.95 and above plans obviously).  

Only if you move back to Prepay will you lose your Pay Monthly benefits.  

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  Reply # 1438744 1-Dec-2015 17:29
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KrazyKid: I've kept my pre-paid carry over data/mins when moving between the $16 & $26 plans

You are on Skinny, not 2degrees like the OP

 

On Skinny if you move between $16, $26 and $46 you keep them

On 2degrees there is only one prepay plan with them - the $19. If you move to or from pay monthly to that, you lose them

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  Reply # 1438817 1-Dec-2015 19:27
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Yabanize:  If you move to or from pay monthly to that, you lose them


You keep any carryover benefits you had on prepay when moving to postpay.




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  Reply # 1438925 1-Dec-2015 22:10
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SaltyNZ:
Yabanize:  If you move to or from pay monthly to that, you lose them


You keep any carryover benefits you had on prepay when moving to postpay.


I stand corrected, I was confused by 2degreesCare's comment

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  Reply # 1438926 1-Dec-2015 22:13
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Yabanize:
KrazyKid: I've kept my pre-paid carry over data/mins when moving between the $16 & $26 plans

You are on Skinny, not 2degrees like the OP


LOL - you are right- sorry for any confusion

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  Reply # 1439098 2-Dec-2015 10:22
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I stand corrected, I was confused by 2degreesCare's comment


Sorry for any confusion, I was talking of losing Pay Monthly plan minutes and data if you move back to Prepay (with 2degrees). 

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