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Topic # 226370 4-Jan-2018 16:18
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Just randomly checked the 2D website and noticed that the $19 carryover combo now has some new friends

 

$9 - 150MB, 50 minutes, unlimited text
$29 - 2.5GB, 150 minutes, unlimited 2D calls, unlimited text
$49 - 10GB, 150 minutes, unlimited 2D calls, unlimited text

 

The $29 pack looks promising as my issue over the last few months has been that the 1GB of data I get with the $19 plan hasn't been enough as for some reason the Pokemon Go game has gone from using 500MB a month to using over 2GB a month, and my available carry over balance has dropped significantly. As a result I've used the 2nd SIM card slot in my phone to use Warehouse Mobile as purchasing data was cheaper than adding additional via 2D.

 

Anyone know if there is anything I need to know before switching (I type this before I read the terms and conditions)


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  Reply # 1929161 4-Jan-2018 16:21
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These have been out a while but @2degreescare they seem to like the 150 minute cap I would change to the $29 Prepay plan if it included more minutes or even the 10GB with more minutes but as the max is 150 minutes I will stay on the $19 prepay plan

 

Vodafone now offers 1.25GB and 200 minutes on it's $19 prepay plan but not the free on-net calling

 

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  Reply # 1929170 4-Jan-2018 16:35
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I wander why Voda and Spark have a limit on how much data and mins can be carried over in total when 2degrees and spark don't have a limit just that it's for upto a year. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1929172 4-Jan-2018 16:39
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Starscream122:

 

I wander why Voda and Spark have a limit on how much data and mins can be carried over in total when 2degrees and spark don't have a limit just that it's for upto a year. 

 

 

I went over this in the other thread you posted in. It's all back to finance / bean counters

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=226362

 

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  Reply # 1929174 4-Jan-2018 16:41
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Oh I see sorry I didn't see that post.

 

 

 

 


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