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  Reply # 489539 5-Jul-2011 10:02
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sbiddle: Is the new bonus 1GB data national or on net only?


Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 

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  Reply # 489541 5-Jul-2011 10:03
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jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)




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  Reply # 489543 5-Jul-2011 10:06
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SaltyNZ:
jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)


Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 

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  Reply # 489545 5-Jul-2011 10:09
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Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 


Not sure about that, sorry. Term contracts are handled by Somebody Else's Box(TM). :-)




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Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 


You can have the bonus on No Term



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  Reply # 489978 6-Jul-2011 11:30

SaltyNZ:
jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)


If you designed it yourself; then why is getting the bonus for existing customers a manual process? 
I had to call and wait on the line for a supervisor and then I will have to call again in 3 weeks to get it activated :o( 

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  Reply # 489988 6-Jul-2011 11:42
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I don't get to decide who's entitled, only how it works once you have it. :)




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  Reply # 489996 6-Jul-2011 11:51

SaltyNZ: I don't get to decide who's entitled, only how it works once you have it. :)


I see your on a different system level, I just would have thought that someone would have designed the policy/system to enable the bonus to be added automatically. Also, someone should make it so the change can be done via My 2degrees. I can signup for a plan there but I can't change it. 

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  Reply # 490014 6-Jul-2011 12:37
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SaltyNZ:
jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)


Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 


Just to confirm, the 1GB (National Data) Bonus is available for a year to new Business customers who sign up to the $59 plan or above by the 4th September 2011 - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/business/special-offers/bonus-1gb-national-data.

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  Reply # 490018 6-Jul-2011 12:46

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jbard:
SaltyNZ:
jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)


Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 


Just to confirm, the 1GB (National Data) Bonus is available for a year to new Business customers who sign up to the $59 plan or above by the 4th September 2011 - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/business/special-offers/bonus-1gb-national-data.

Cheers!
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Can you do me a favor? Go to this page... http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay Click on the $19 pack, it really tells me nothing of this offer. Also click on the National Data Packs... Still tells me nothing.

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jbard:
SaltyNZ:
jbard:

Have you got a link to the bonus 1GB data? 


It's mentioned in passing here. And since I designed it myself, I can assure you it is national data. :-)


Do you have to sign up for a 12 or 24 month contract for that or do you still get it if you are on a month by month basis? 


Just to confirm, the 1GB (National Data) Bonus is available for a year to new Business customers who sign up to the $59 plan or above by the 4th September 2011 - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/business/special-offers/bonus-1gb-national-data.

Cheers!
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Let me get this right. Forget about business plans but let's consider home plans.

$39 gives you 100MB of data (and the minutes etc.).  You can pay $20 to get 1G of data for a month so that's $59.

So by signing up for a $59 business plan you get extra minutes but from a data point of view you only get 50MB more over paying for 1GB on the $39 plan except the data is national, not just in the 2D coverage area.

I get the 100MB bonus on the $39 home plan but am finding I exceed that regularly and end having to buy more data. But I don't want to spend $20 for 1GB. I would love for there to be something like $10 for 500MB 3G data in addition to the $6 for 50MB of national data. I would buy that in a heartbeat.






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