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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 223682 12-Oct-2017 12:39
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I'm a 2Degrees prepay customer, and today I topped up my account and my $19 Carryover combo rolled over for another month and added another 1Gb of data, which it usually does. That was done around 11am


I've just received another text message (12:30pm) from 2Degrees, giving me double data for buying another $19 Carryover combo.


Awesome work 2Degrees!cool

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1882431 12-Oct-2017 13:03
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I topped up on Tuesday and I got 100 extra NZ / Aus minutes.


Better than nothing :-)



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  Reply # 1882451 12-Oct-2017 14:23
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I topped up and rolled over on Sunday... no bonus for me :-(


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  Reply # 1882480 12-Oct-2017 15:13
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Is this a new bonus they are running?


Serverl months ago they consolidated the bonus on the $19 carryover combo to be part of the combo (1GB rather than 500MB and 500MB bonus)


As I am now using about 1.5GB of data a month (blame Pokemon Go and silly mistakes), my carry over data is running low

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  Reply # 1882507 12-Oct-2017 15:56
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My data was getting low too. I had nearly 10Gb of carry over data a while back when I had my old phone (Samsung Galaxy lite POS), but since I've upgraded to a Huawei P9, and it's using 4G, I was down to 5Gb of carryover, meaning I'm wary of using the data outside a wifi, as I could munch through 1Gb of data quite quickly.

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