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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 15295 14-Aug-2007 16:06 Send private message

Hi guys I was just wondering if someone from Xnet could tell me when Naked bitstream comes into effect whether it would be cheaper for someone who isnt on the internet could have a Xnet HSI plan coupled with the VFX service only instead of a phone line. I am with Xnet on broadband and VFX services and note that you dont charge for traffic from the VFX service. I realise of course that there would be initial setup costs like a broadband modem and say a PAP2T So would would the VFX service on a base rate broadband plan be cheaper in the coming months or would this person be better waiting until Telecom go about shutting down the PSTN service completely?

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 82359 14-Aug-2007 16:38 Send private message

Sorry no pricing is available yet, but I think you will find some interesting packages in the near future.

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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  Reply # 82364 14-Aug-2007 16:50 Send private message

Thankyou for that Maverick I look forward to seeing those price plans when they become available.

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