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Topic # 87522 30-Jul-2011 23:35
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when will 2degree have larger data pack for national data? 100mb is barely enough for smartphone these days

i really hope there will be something like 500mb available soon? been looking at vodafone's $30 for 512mb but i hate vodafone so much really don't want to switch back

or maybe a promotion with national 500mb for pay monthly on $29 or $39

 

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  Reply # 499921 30-Jul-2011 23:53
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if you get $59 or more on pay monthly, you will have 1GB of national data. 2degrees will NOT be able to offer cheaper national data until they have their own network throughout NZ.







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  Reply # 501115 3-Aug-2011 00:56
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in order to get 1gb national data every month on $59 monthly do i have to sign contract with it? or can i just go monthly for two three months then switch back to prepay?

coz of my work i have to travel about 4-5 months every year and there is no point paying monthly while im away. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 501116 3-Aug-2011 01:00
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dannywii: in order to get 1gb national data every month on $59 monthly do i have to sign contract with it? or can i just go monthly for two three months then switch back to prepay?

coz of my work i have to travel about 4-5 months every year and there is no point paying monthly while im away. 


They do offer Open Term... 




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  Reply # 501117 3-Aug-2011 03:44
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michaelmurfy:
dannywii: in order to get 1gb national data every month on $59 monthly do i have to sign contract with it? or can i just go monthly for two three months then switch back to prepay?

coz of my work i have to travel about 4-5 months every year and there is no point paying monthly while im away. 


They do offer Open Term... 


I think you can only get the free national data by signing a 12 or 24 month contract.

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  Reply # 501118 3-Aug-2011 05:33
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jbard:
michaelmurfy:
dannywii: in order to get 1gb national data every month on $59 monthly do i have to sign contract with it? or can i just go monthly for two three months then switch back to prepay?

coz of my work i have to travel about 4-5 months every year and there is no point paying monthly while im away. 


They do offer Open Term... 


I think you can only get the free national data by signing a 12 or 24 month contract.


nope 





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  Reply # 501131 3-Aug-2011 08:28
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I survive on 50MB a month, usually with some to spare.




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  Reply # 501196 3-Aug-2011 10:00
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Hi, just to confirm the 1GB National Data is available to customers every month for a year who sign up for a $59 or above plan by the 4th Sept.

More details - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/plans.

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