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just a bit of info for those of you who "still" use prepaid recharge vouchers, and buy them/plan to buy them from Woolworths. Just had a look at the Woolworths ...
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    Prepaid mobile phone recharge at Woolworths (Au) with WWR card, no WWR points earned!

    just a bit of info for those of you who "still" use prepaid recharge vouchers, and buy them/plan to buy them from Woolworths.
    Just had a look at the Woolworths receipt, all up $70 spent.
    20 WWR earnt, but in that, there was a $50 Telstra recharge.
    Havent checked the indepth, and maybe its known on here, prepaid mobile phone/mobile broadband recharges at Woolworths, no WWR earnt?/!.

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    Re: Prepaid mobile phone recharge at Woolworths (Au) with WWR card, no WWR points ear

    As far as I know you don't get points for them but at one stage you could get a discount when you purchased specific recharges. I can't remember whether these were optus ones or the Woolworths mobile one.

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    Re: Prepaid mobile phone recharge at Woolworths (Au) with WWR card, no WWR points ear

    For a longtime mobile recharges have not earnt at WW but vodaphone recharges at Coles were still earning 3 months ago.

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    Re: Prepaid mobile phone recharge at Woolworths (Au) with WWR card, no WWR points ear

    Woolworths stopped counting phone recharges towards reward earn some time ago. Perhaps as long ago as when they stopped giving 10% discounts on Vodafone recharges.
    I'm not sure if a Woolworths Mobile recharge counts towards rewards earn. WOW Mobile was created around the same time as the Vodafone discount ended and WOW Mobile uses the Telstra network.
    (meanwhile, the store phones change between Telstra and Optus every 2-3 years as contracts renew and store phone numbers always seem to change when the contracts do.)

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    Re: Prepaid mobile phone recharge at Woolworths (Au) with WWR card, no WWR points ear

    Ta all.
    I didn't know, otherwise I would not have made that hefty purchase.
    Back to Coles I go for some things at the least.

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    I think the last time points were awarded was when the the EDR program was giving 1/$1 >$30. Best you can do there is use a credit card that gives bonus points at supermarkets, else go to Coles.
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