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# 77283 14-Feb-2011 09:29
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Great 2degrees is now offering the 100mb national data packs
it is not terribly much, but it is enough for people who dont use data much, especially when 50mb pack is far not enough, and 1g is more than enough.
Been using 2degrees since your launch like 2 years ago, so far so good.
Looking forward to bigger national data packs.

Keep up the good work.
thanks

this is 2degrees data pack page
http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/data-packs

cost is $10 for 100mb national data

Errrrrrrrrr I will add in a screen shot





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  # 439101 14-Feb-2011 09:35
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Where is the detail on the 100Mb pack (how to get it, cost, etc)?

I see 2 mentions of it on the page (that it exists) but no other info or links.

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  # 439102 14-Feb-2011 09:37

Obviously the OP works for them as he knows more than the website does...

 
 
 
 


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  # 439103 14-Feb-2011 09:37
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keewee01: Where is the detail on the 100Mb pack (how to get it, cost, etc)?

I see 2 mentions of it on the page (that it exists) but no other info or links.


OK - I see how to get it now (BUY 100MB), but still no price.



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  # 439105 14-Feb-2011 09:37
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just posted update with website detail haha

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/data-packs




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  # 439106 14-Feb-2011 09:38
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Glad it wasn't just me ;o)

How much though?



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  # 439107 14-Feb-2011 09:39
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@ steveOn

nop I dont work for 2 degrees, i work for University of Auckland

Just saw data pack info on their website this morning




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  # 439108 14-Feb-2011 09:39

Still only says 50MB... Still very un-impressed with the out of pack 50c/mb rates!

 
 
 
 


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  # 439114 14-Feb-2011 09:44
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The 100MB pack is $10. Data packs will now auto-recur; when you use it up, or when it expires, it will be re-purchased immediately provided you have sufficient funds.

Note: autopurchase is only for prepay subscribers. Postpay subscribers continue to receive one-off packs.




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  # 439115 14-Feb-2011 09:45
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I think where says Get 100MB of National 3G Data for mobile phone there is meant to be an image as that text is very similar to the alt text tag on the 50MB Data image.

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  # 439117 14-Feb-2011 09:48
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Actually I think it's just that the web content changes are being implemented as we speak.




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  # 439118 14-Feb-2011 09:51
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https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog1d51d99ee47ccb987ac48d40fd6bfaec.jpg

ok finally worked out how the get the screen shot....
that takes a while....




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  # 439120 14-Feb-2011 09:53

SaltyNZ: The 100MB pack is $10. Data packs will now auto-recur; when you use it up, or when it expires, it will be re-purchased immediately provided you have sufficient funds.

Note: autopurchase is only for prepay subscribers. Postpay subscribers continue to receive one-off packs.



Is there an option to not auto renew? And who was the smart one who decided to rip off Postpay customers?


Humm can't see that image; maybe TCL is caching the site....

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  # 439122 14-Feb-2011 09:57
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SteveON:
SaltyNZ: The 100MB pack is $10. Data packs will now auto-recur; when you use it up, or when it expires, it will be re-purchased immediately provided you have sufficient funds.

Note: autopurchase is only for prepay subscribers. Postpay subscribers continue to receive one-off packs.



Is there an option to not auto renew? And who was the smart one who decided to rip off Postpay customers?


Humm can't see that image; maybe TCL is caching the site....



Yeah - I'm the same, still not seeing that image and I've forced a local refresh so it is somewhere upstream (ie. Telecom).

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  # 439123 14-Feb-2011 09:58
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SteveON:
Is there an option to not auto renew?


Yes, after purchase text "STOP NAT" or "STOP MBB" (from memory - better check) to 233.

And who was the smart one who decided to rip off Postpay customers?


If you would like to be able to autopurchase as a postpay subscriber you will need to ring customer care to express your concerns.






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  # 439125 14-Feb-2011 10:02
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I got a text message from 2 degrees last week saying 2000 texts for $10 is here to stay, so if that screenshot is taken today, someone needs to change the top right thing that says

"2000 texts until 30 June 2011 only $10 a month".

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