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# 38796 4-Aug-2009 13:52
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This says 22cents.....  http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/image/image_gallery?uuid=86d14c8b-e488-4271-b22f-3f99a741d181&groupId=10128&t=1249283328893

This says 44cents...  http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prices-on-a-page


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  # 242364 4-Aug-2009 13:54
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I think it's 22c (2 degrees and landlines) for a month after you topup, then goes to 44c.

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  # 242365 4-Aug-2009 13:54
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It has already been mentioned on here several times, and mentions it on
2dgrees website.<
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22cents within 30 days of your top-up to other degrees mobiles and NZ landlines. then 44cents per minute.






 
 
 
 




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  # 242368 4-Aug-2009 14:00
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Ah... Sorry sorry, my bad..... Didn't read properly...

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  # 242370 4-Aug-2009 14:04
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timestyles: I think it's 22c (2 degrees and landlines) for a month after you topup, then goes to 44c.

You're quite right.  The magic top rewards last 30 days from your last top and are:
- 22c to 2degrees mobiles.
- 22c to NZ landlines.
- XX Free texts (dependant on the amount you topped up) e.g top-up $20 get 100 FREE text, top-up $30 get 150 FREE text (you get the picture...)

After that, the talking rates return to 44c and the texting to 9c.

Cheers,

2degrees




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  # 242423 4-Aug-2009 15:37
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2degrees:
timestyles: I think it's 22c (2 degrees and landlines) for a month after you topup, then goes to 44c.

You're quite right.  The magic top rewards last 30 days from your last top and are:
- 22c to 2degrees mobiles.
- 22c to NZ landlines.
- XX Free texts (dependant on the amount you topped up) e.g top-up $20 get 100 FREE text, top-up $30 get 150 FREE text (you get the picture...)

After that, the talking rates return to 44c and the texting to 9c.

Cheers,

2degrees


If you have a residual balance say $50 and then topup $20 does the 22c callrate apply until the $20 is used or does it apply to any calls within 30days i.e. does it apply to calls with the previous credit?

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  # 242517 4-Aug-2009 17:22
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I would say it applies to all calls for the following 30 days, as they state.

So when you get $5 free credit for porting your number and then top up $20, you will get 30 days to use your $25 at the lower rate of 22c per minute to landlines and 2degrees mobiles.

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