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Topic # 68270 17-Sep-2010 22:22
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Hey, is it possible that 2degrees will accept an NZ passport as ID to join the pay monthly plans, instead of a drivers license? (as I don't have one) 

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  Reply # 381466 17-Sep-2010 22:26
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They should do because we dont have an official ID, as a drivers license is just an accepted form of ID.
Maybe try calling them tomorrow about it?




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  Reply # 381473 17-Sep-2010 23:02
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I recall from a brief time in retail that it was not allowable to record or copy the drivers license when used as ID because of some privacy issues.




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  Reply # 381513 18-Sep-2010 06:01
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At the moment only drivers licence is accepted for 2degrees postpay. Other methods of ID will be introduced later.

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