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#215401 26-Jun-2017 08:56
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All plans, including unlimited data, are 50% off to all new customers who sign up this week for the first six months. :o

$35 for 10GB and unlimited calls/text. Goodbye $19 carryover pack! See you in six months when I cancel!!!

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  #1806758 26-Jun-2017 09:00
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Do you keep all your carry over stuff going both ways? ie Keep them when I sign up to pay monthly and keep then if I leave after 6 month and go back to pre pay?

 

 

 

 


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  #1806764 26-Jun-2017 09:12
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PBtech also has this but you get lots of extras if you signup and get a s8 or s8+ at the same time.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1810584 2-Jul-2017 19:40
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Saw this promo and was all set to switch. But I was worried about losing my 12GB/$99 zone data pack which still has 7GB remaining expiring in mid-December. So I phoned up and was advised I would lose all 7GB if I switched over so ended up deciding against it. It seems only carryover mins/data will survive the switch from what I can figure out from the T&Cs.

 

Have noticed many promotions from 2degrees lately which makes me wonder if they're bleeding customers and are working hard to attract new customers. Been thinking of switching back to Vodafone for their better coverage but I can't justify the significant increase in costs given 2degrees' coverage is decent enough. 2dgerees' pricing strategy seems to be working well in attracting and retaining price sensitive customers like myself... :)


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