2degrees

2degrees


It's easy to manage your 2degrees Prepay, Pay Monthly or Business mobile account with the 2degrees Mobile App. You can check your minutes, text and data balances, manage your value packs, top up your phone or someone else's, or pay your bill (Account holders only).

Features include:
• View your balances (texts / minutes / data)
• Pay your Pay Monthly or Business bill (Account Holders only)
• Top up
• Add / stop a value pack
• View value packs

Recent changes:
- Business Team Members can now use the app
- Includes widget to view key balances
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3.9
User ratings
1142
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2330 kb
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About 2degrees
It's easy to manage your 2degrees Prepay, Pay Monthly or Business mobile account with the 2degrees Mobile App. You can check your minutes, text and data balances, manage your value packs, top up your phone or someone else's, or pay your bill (Account holders only).

Features include:
• View your balances (texts / minutes / data)
• Pay your Pay Monthly or Business bill (Account Holders only)
• Top up
• Add / stop a value pack
• View value packs

Recent changes:
- Business Team Members can now use the app
- Includes widget to view key balances

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 24, 2014
Good work Great app very helpful
A Google User
Jul 24, 2014
Expiry date Hi, your app no longer shows the expiry date on plans..Place this back please, it's helpful to keep track of it...
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
Does what it needs to, but is slow, buggy and the ui doesn't follow Android guidelines.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
S3 Works ok, would be good to be able to adjust auto top ups in app
A Google User
Jul 16, 2014
it's an app. and it works. The app works fine, but everything about it screams "iOS port", and it seems like no real effort was put into Android design. The widget is fine, but has a few quirks: home screen redraws seem to make it forget what it was showing, requiring a refresh, and data beyond about 1GB is rounded to the gigabyte, which isn't so great when 1GB means anywhere between 1024 and 1537MB, yet having minutes in the thousands is displayed in full... In all, not a bad app, but could use an Androidy refresh.