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  #2150565 25-Dec-2018 20:07
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Yup we're on $9 plan as well.

 

 





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  #2151088 27-Dec-2018 12:44
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A text message from 2D to customers who have registered Data Clock would have been nice to advise them of this special, rather than having to check Twitter (or GZ) ..

 

However, nice one 2D for offering it 


 
 
 
 




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  #2151114 27-Dec-2018 13:10
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nzkiwiman:

 

A text message from 2D to customers who have registered Data Clock would have been nice to advise them of this special, rather than having to check Twitter (or GZ) ..

 

 

The Data clock App reminds me everyday about the free 1 hour data and it did on Christmas day as well

 

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  #2151118 27-Dec-2018 13:18
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yitz: Nice, wasn't aware there was a carryover $9 plan on prepay.


Sure do but they don't advertise it and does not offer included on-net calling

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It does include on net calling "You will receive free calling to standard 2degrees mobiles with your Carryover Combo" and (clause 27 from https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/termsofuse/mobile/prepay/value-packs-add-ons/carryover-combo-terms-and-conditions/ which covers the $9 and $19 plans)

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yitz: Nice, wasn't aware there was a carryover $9 plan on prepay.


Sure do but they don't advertise it and does not offer included on-net calling

John


It does include on net calling "You will receive free calling to standard 2degrees mobiles with your Carryover Combo" and (clause 27 from https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/termsofuse/mobile/prepay/value-packs-add-ons/carryover-combo-terms-and-conditions/ which covers the $9 and $19 plans)

 

 

 

Clause 2 says that Free On net calling (to 2degrees mobiles) not available on $9 pack




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#2151137 27-Dec-2018 14:12
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yitz: Nice, wasn't aware there was a carryover $9 plan on prepay.


Sure do but they don't advertise it and does not offer included on-net calling

John


It does include on net calling "You will receive free calling to standard 2degrees mobiles with your Carryover Combo" and (clause 27 from https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/termsofuse/mobile/prepay/value-packs-add-ons/carryover-combo-terms-and-conditions/ which covers the $9 and $19 plans)

 

@stinger As already stated no it does not include on-net included calling for the $9 Prepay carryover plan!

 

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  #2151183 27-Dec-2018 16:45
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Can you share data with a $9 plan?

 

I currently have 2 kids on the $19 NZ Carryover pre-pay plan and both share the data (at no extra cost) on my $55/10GB monthly post-paid plan. I would like to drop them onto the $9 pre-pay plan and move myself to the $70/25GB monthly plan. For $5 less, we would get 25.5GB (vs12.5 current). 


 
 
 
 


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  #2151211 27-Dec-2018 18:03
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You can share data with any 2degrees mobile.

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  #2151253 27-Dec-2018 21:05
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Anyone had much success at using the fritzbox to share the connection? It worked somewhat for me, but kept getting no internet message on other devices.

 

 

 

https://en.avm.de/service/fritzbox/fritzbox-7490/knowledge-base/publication/show/1205_Configuring-FRITZ-Box-for-internet-access-via-an-Android-smartphone-USB-tethering/


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