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Topic # 81401 12-Apr-2011 21:04
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Hi guys,
I have recived a pocket wifi from 2 degrees with an included prepay SIM. I have the password for "you 2 degrees" however I can't find the phone number anywhere to login. Where can I find the phone number of the SIM card? I don't have the packaging anymore. 





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  Reply # 457991 12-Apr-2011 21:06
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If you can plug the SIM card into a phone and you're in the 2degrees canopy, the following code should work: just dial *001#
 



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  Reply # 458000 12-Apr-2011 21:20
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Great, that was easy!

OK next question. I want to sign this up for auto top up on national data and mobile broadband so I can give it to the boss and she doesn't need to worry about anything other than turning it on.

Do I just setup auto top up from the credit card then set auto topup on each of the 100MB and 12GB packs? 





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 458035 12-Apr-2011 22:54
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Yes, that should work but I haven't tried it myself. SaltyNZ and others on this forum have experience with this so hopefully they can offer some advice.

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  Reply # 458122 13-Apr-2011 09:22
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Hi Zeon,
Purchase the 12 gb and 100Mb packs.
After signing into your 2degrees (you have Ph + password now) put $20 credit on your account and set an ATU (just top me up). When your 100mb is used up or expires it will automatically recur taking $10 credit. The next time it will take the remaining $10 credit which in turn will automatically trigger the Autotopup - leaving the credit there for the next 2 recurrances.

I think you will need to monitor your 12gb Pack however, as ATU is triggered on balance not on valuepack expiry/depletion. The 12Gb doesnt recur.

This is important, you will need to monitor your 12Gb Valuepack balance and replenish manually - adding credit to do so. you can monitor your 12 gb balance by either logging into your 2degrees or checking the low data balance sms in the connection s/w with the router.

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  Reply # 458153 13-Apr-2011 10:35
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Hi Zeon, thanks for choosing 2degrees!

Thank too to Amanzi and Toiletduck. Just need to correct Toiletducks comment, the 12GB DOES auto-renew.

OK, so you've got your number, registered on 'Your 2degrees' and bought the 12GB Mobile Broadband pack and a 100MB National Data Pack. Both Auto-renew on expiry (6 months for 12GB, 30 days 100MB NDP) or when used up, whichever happens first.

Set up Auto Top-Up so that when your balance hits $2.50 it will automatically top up by the amount you set it on.

I would suggest you set it to $20 so that when the 100MB National Pack runs out it will have enough credit to auto-renew. With the 12GB I would keep a check on the balance in Your 2degrees to see how you are going with it and when you see it hitting 10MB add $150 to your credit so you have enough to auto-renew.

Hope this helps!
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