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  Reply # 1555918 20-May-2016 08:18
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There are still casual rates, but they're changing slightly from the current Prepay Plus casual rates.

https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/termsofuse/mobile/prepay/prepay-plus/





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  Reply # 1555919 20-May-2016 08:23
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richms:

 

You do not have to take a addon with prepay plus, there are still casual rates. 

 

IMO the people that are complaining about these changes are so low spend that no telco would want them.

 

 

So we don't have the right to complain ? 





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  Reply # 1555926 20-May-2016 08:30
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What about a Skinny Starter Combo: Unlimited Texts, 30 NZ Mins, 100mb data per month for $9.




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  Reply # 1555927 20-May-2016 08:30
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still don't see why I should have go from this

 

 

 

 

 

 

SMS to any standard NZ mobile (excludes premium SMS services)

 

$0.09

 

Per SMS

 

 

 

SMS to any standard mobile in selected countries only

 

$0.09

 

Per SMS

 

 

 

SMS to any standard mobile in the rest of the world

 

$0.20

 

Per SMS

 

 

 

 

To this more expensive pricing 

 

 

 

 

SMS to any standard NZ mobile (excludes premium SMS services)

 

$0.20

 

Per SMS

 

 

 

SMS to any international location

 

$0.20

 

Per SMS

 

 

 

MMS to any destination (NZ or international)

 

$0.50

 

Per MMS

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1555928 20-May-2016 08:35
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Why? Because 2Degrees are making changes. They have the right to do so. Just like you have the right to change providers. And that's pretty much the bottom line.




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  Reply # 1555933 20-May-2016 08:41
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Yep, that's the forever changing nature of business now days. Suppliers put up charges, new products are introduced, and (most excitingly because I'm old enough to remember otherwise) you have choices. You can switch to another supplier, you can buy a new phone, you can start up your own telco. The world is your oyster.




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  Reply # 1555944 20-May-2016 09:15
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richms:

 

You do not have to take a addon with prepay plus, there are still casual rates. 

 

IMO the people that are complaining about these changes are so low spend that no telco would want them.

 

 

 

 

which are more expensive than what I'm paying for currently 

 

Just because you can afford it doesn't mean everyone can 


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  Reply # 1556018 20-May-2016 10:18
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Same thing as the power company putting up prices.  It's annoying but it happens.


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  Reply # 1556097 20-May-2016 11:27
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Athlonite:

 

which are more expensive than what I'm paying for currently 

 

Just because you can afford it doesn't mean everyone can 

 

 

 

 

Is there a reason you're not interested in the Vodafone option that several people have suggested? It sounds like the best option for you.


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  Reply # 1556122 20-May-2016 11:34
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Katikati:

 

Yep, that's the forever changing nature of business now days. Suppliers put up charges, new products are introduced, and (most excitingly because I'm old enough to remember otherwise) you have choices. You can switch to another supplier, you can buy a new phone, you can start up your own telco. The world is your oyster.

 

 

 

 

Number portability was the real game changer here. Before that, changing providers was quite impractical.


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  Reply # 1556172 20-May-2016 12:08
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ghettomaster:

 

Katikati:

 

Yep, that's the forever changing nature of business now days. Suppliers put up charges, new products are introduced, and (most excitingly because I'm old enough to remember otherwise) you have choices. You can switch to another supplier, you can buy a new phone, you can start up your own telco. The world is your oyster.

 

 

 

 

Number portability was the real game changer here. Before that, changing providers was quite impractical.

 

 

 

 

So true ghettomaster. Trying to change in the 90s meant starting over from the beginning with a phone that had so many limitations and a telco who struggled with something called "reception". Today pick the best option, move your number, and it's all done. Sometimes I don't think we all appreciate the journey it's taken to get this far. Just imagine what it will be like in 2025.  


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Katikati:

 

So true ghettomaster. Trying to change in the 90s meant starting over from the beginning with a phone that had so many limitations and a telco who struggled with something called "reception". Today pick the best option, move your number, and it's all done. Sometimes I don't think we all appreciate the journey it's taken to get this far. Just imagine what it will be like in 2025.  

 

 

Might even have 3 complete networks to choose from by then...





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  Reply # 1562007 30-May-2016 09:00
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Soon as I confirm my phone isnt locked, Im off to Warehouse Mobile I think.......





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  Reply # 1562029 30-May-2016 09:27
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$10 monthly topics tho? Or have they changed that absurdity finally?




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  Reply # 1562033 30-May-2016 09:28
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I mean top ups not topics and the edit button is off the screen. Doh.




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