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Topic # 223684 12-Oct-2017 15:23
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Over the last few months I have been using more data during the month, than I get in my $19 carryover combo.
As a result, my "stash" of carryover data is getting to the point where in the next few months I will run out of data before the combo renews.

 

I was looking at purchasing a $50 3Gb Zone Data Pack, but I am wondering what data would be used first if I had this data pack as well as carryover data
I would hope it would use Zone Data first since it expires but I can't see this confirmed in the terms and conditions

 

Can anyone advise?


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  Reply # 1882499 12-Oct-2017 15:34
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The zone pack data is used first, then non-carryover national data, then carryover data.





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  Reply # 1882856 13-Oct-2017 10:36
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Many thanks!


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