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Topic # 232159 2-Apr-2018 09:28
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Can anyone confirm that with the 2degrees prepay carryover plans, can you freely switch between plans each month, and keep any carryover data?

 

I presume this is the case (after trying to read website terms), but just wanted to confirm before proceeding to do this with a secondary device.

 

e.g. first month purchase $49 plan for 10 GB, and then the next 5 months use the $9 plan (250 MB), giving a total of 11490 Mb (11.22 GB) to use over 6 months at cost of $94
And every now and then purchase a one off $49 plan to increase data.

 

(disclaimer: looking at more flexible data options instead of 2D $99 for 12 gb / 6 month zone data plan, for mobile broadband at a bach, where usage changes every month, depending on time of the year)


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  Reply # 1987071 2-Apr-2018 09:33
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Yes you can. 100% this works. So long as don't have a time where one pack isn't active. 

 

If a pack doesn't renew for whatever reason and you don't fix it within 14 days of the renewal ending you'll lose the carryover. During the 14days the data will be frozen too.


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  Reply # 1987074 2-Apr-2018 09:49
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Hi @snowfly,

Carryover data is yours to keep as long as you have one of our Carryover Combos active. So absolutely you can stay on the $9 Combo and just add the $49 Combo when you need a boost :)

 

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  Reply # 1987077 2-Apr-2018 09:53
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Awesome, thanks for confirming!

Keep up the good service :)

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  Reply # 1987102 2-Apr-2018 10:30
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You only lose carryover data / minutes when you move from Pay monthly back to Prepay

 

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  Reply # 1991886 9-Apr-2018 10:33
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'You only lose carryover data / minutes when you move from Pay monthly back to Prepay

 

 

 

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Is this 100% correct?

 

I've been thinking of shifting from pay monthly to prepay (since I don't really use that much of the pay monthly plan data and minutes), and rang customer service, who assured me I would keep all my data and minutes....


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  Reply # 1991901 9-Apr-2018 10:54
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You keep them when going prepay to postpay. You lose them when going postpay to prepay.





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  Reply # 1992148 9-Apr-2018 16:24
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OK, thanks for that....


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