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Topic # 214970 6-Jun-2017 15:24
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Just got a text:

We are making our $19 Carryover Combo even better so each month you buy the combo you will get 150mins and 1GB of data!


Fantastic news, thanks 2Degrees!

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  Reply # 1795433 6-Jun-2017 15:30
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Took away the combo rewards and added it to the combo.




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  Reply # 1795444 6-Jun-2017 15:53
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Hoping the combo rewards remain actually?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1795503 6-Jun-2017 16:41
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Is there any reason for me to not switch away from the $29 post-paid plan, then?


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  Reply # 1795510 6-Jun-2017 16:48
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allio:

 

Is there any reason for me to not switch away from the $29 post-paid plan, then?

 

 

 

 

When I last looked into it (and admittedly this was a while ago) 2D told me I couldn't change from the $29 post-paid to prepay and keep my number.

 

However I could switch to Vodafone, transfer my number across, then switch back to 2D!

 

 

 

Don't know if that's changed since. 


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  Reply # 1795515 6-Jun-2017 16:53
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When I last looked into it (and admittedly this was a while ago) 2D told me I couldn't change from the $29 post-paid to prepay and keep my number.

 

However I could switch to Vodafone, transfer my number across, then switch back to 2D!

 

 

 

Don't know if that's changed since. 

 

 

Oh my god...

 

If that's still true, it's probably best solved by switching to Skinny Direct (and staying there).


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  Reply # 1795519 6-Jun-2017 17:05
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I got the text message on Friday and have been waiting to see when the website would update; which I see it has now.

 

$19 for 1GB plus more minutes and text message than I know what to do with - why would I ever want to move over to a plan?


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  Reply # 1795536 6-Jun-2017 17:35
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PhantomNVD: Hoping the combo rewards remain actually?


We are merging Combo Rewards into our $19 Carryover Combo so from 6 June each month when you buy the combo you will now get 150mins and 1GB of data!

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This 1GB data is permanent and not temporary right?







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PhantomNVD: Hoping the combo rewards remain actually?


We are merging Combo Rewards into our $19 Carryover Combo so from 6 June each month when you buy the combo you will now get 150mins and 1GB of data!


@2degreescare is this correct? So no more bonus' for long time clients?

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  Reply # 1795595 6-Jun-2017 20:30
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Tempting. Very tempting. I've actually just gone to a 28-day Skinny plan with 150mins rollover (never use any) and 750MB rollover for $16. I cold use the extra 250MB/mth and that data clock is a real bonus for the odd heavy usage too. But my locked Skinny phone is only 6 months old so it's only free to unlock after another 3 months unless I pay the $30, which I won't do on principle. So I guess that give me some breathing space to weigh up the pros and cons.





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  Reply # 1795598 6-Jun-2017 20:34
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When I last looked into it (and admittedly this was a while ago) 2D told me I couldn't change from the $29 post-paid to prepay and keep my number. 

 

 

 

 

I don't know who told you that, but it's rubbish: of course you can switch to prepay and keep your number!





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  Reply # 1795601 6-Jun-2017 20:41
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Only reasons to stay with $29 pay monthly are inertia and $10/month off 2D broadbandings...





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  Reply # 1795606 6-Jun-2017 20:52
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When I last looked into it (and admittedly this was a while ago) 2D told me I couldn't change from the $29 post-paid to prepay and keep my number. 

 

 

 

 

I don't know who told you that, but it's rubbish: of course you can switch to prepay and keep your number!

 

 

 

 

It was one of the staff at a 2D store but was a while ago. Probably didn't want to serve me. 

 

As a $29 plan holder I did feel neglected watching the prepay and the higher plans get more and more added on. 


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  Reply # 1796000 7-Jun-2017 15:08
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allio:

 

Is there any reason for me to not switch away from the $29 post-paid plan, then?

 

 

 

 

Data sharing will be keeping me on the $29 plan - for the moment at least.


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  Reply # 1796444 8-Jun-2017 09:43
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Yeah every time plans get rejigged without any love going the Pay Monthly way I feel a little more aggrieved....but on the upside it does push me to reconsider my options and look at what is available out there, so a good wake up call :D (which I must do - lol) 


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