by ryanlai7
Visitor

Cannot activate 10GB free data

Hi, I got a 3GB data pack with sim card in airport. When I try to activite my 10GB free data, it said I cannot. The message is "Unforunately, you are not eligable for this offer. Please check you have active Pay As Go Pack and called, text or used data of life time of your pack"

 

May I know how I can I active that 10GB?

 

Thanks and Regards..... Ryan

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Cannot activate 10GB free data

Hi @ryanlai7

 

My understanding is that you need to use up the 3GB first, then activate. If this doesn't work then give CS a call during opening hours.

 

Thanks




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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Cannot activate 10GB free data

This Q has cropped up numerable times. If the reason is that the initial 3GB data needs to be used up 1st why doesn't it say so in so many words & not the stupid "not eligable" msg? 

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Re: Cannot activate 10GB free data

Hello there @ryanlai7

 

Thanks for posting on the community.

 

As advised, you do need to use the 3GB of data first before the 10GB will start for you.

 

Do you still have data remaining from the 3GB?

 

Speak soon, Leanne 🙂

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