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  Reply # 355835 24-Jul-2010 16:18
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Behodar:
tomgeeknz: As an aside, onebill is available on XT, it is $10 per month with 200 any network texts and a reduced calling rate

That's new(ish). It certainly wasn't available at launch, but I don't know how long it's been there for. I wonder whether the 500 MB "prepaid" mobile broadband is available with that...


It has been around for about 2 months, was announced on twitter at the time it was launched. I would assume all prepaid adding are available with it but don't quote me on that.





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  Reply # 355836 24-Jul-2010 16:27
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tomgeeknz: As an aside, onebill is available on XT, it is $10 per month with 200 any network texts and a reduced calling rate, link: http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/yourmobile/plansandpricing

Quote from link above.
"XT Onebill

If you like convenience then XT Onebill is for you. You can keep in touch with friends and family around NZ with one great calling rate no matter what network they are on. It makes things simple by combining your home and XT mobile calling on one bill. And you don't need to remember to top up your mobile. For a monthly fee of just $10, you'll get access to a 59c per minute call rate to any New Zealand network, anytime of the day plus 200 texts to any New Zealand network (excludes calls made or texts sent while roaming). And remember, with one second billing, you are billed by the second after the first minute. You'll also have the flexibility to personalise your plan by adding Data Extras and Text Extras. Visit us in store or call us on *123 to learn more about XT Onebill."


True.  But the CDMA Onebill cost nothing per month and about 45c / minute call so the XT version is more expensive.




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  Reply # 355845 24-Jul-2010 16:51
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Well actually there was three CDMA onebill plans, as outlined here: http://telecom.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1707

One was 1.39 on peak, 49c off peak,
One was 0.89 any time
One was 0.49 to telecom mobiles and 1.39 to other networks.

Onebill XT is 59c anytime, anynet and you get 200 texts anynet.





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  Reply # 355887 24-Jul-2010 19:11
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Interesting. Looking at my last bill. All calls any time of the day to landlines and Telecom mobiles are 42c / min. Calls to Voda mobiles wee $1.23 / min..




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  Reply # 355946 25-Jul-2010 00:17
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old3eyes: Interesting. Looking at my last bill. All calls any time of the day to landlines and Telecom mobiles are 42c / min. Calls to Voda mobiles wee $1.23 / min..


ex-GST price?

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  Reply # 355976 25-Jul-2010 07:57
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old3eyes: Interesting. Looking at my last bill. All calls any time of the day to landlines and Telecom mobiles are 42c / min. Calls to Voda mobiles wee $1.23 / min..



ex-GST price?


Most likely.




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