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Topic # 34046 17-May-2009 02:09 Send private message

Sorry if this has been asked before,

Can any telecom account signup for a business broadband plan?

seems to be better plans with the cheaper overage chargers



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  Reply # 215322 17-May-2009 09:21 Send private message

Yep, no reason why not, in the old days it was different, no longer the case, many folk on GZ have chosen business plans for the same reasons and better SLA and static IP.

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  Reply # 215339 17-May-2009 11:40 Send private message

Yip, I am using it here.

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  Reply # 215743 18-May-2009 21:55 Send private message

Yes, any consumer plan can get them. Do bear in mind the contracts and break fees, I'm having to cancel now early in my contract and it aint cheap.

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  Reply # 216625 21-May-2009 12:40 Send private message

I am currently on an Orcon + plan, but recently orcon's service has been degrading, and now that they put their prices up for 1) the 50gb data pack now costs $10 more then it used to, 2) overage per gb has gone up from $1 to $2,

On the telecom business website, it states they won't restrict any traffic... this seems great! does the network perform good? better then that of the residential telecom plans?

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