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Topic # 106867 1-Aug-2012 19:39 Send private message

Hi, just looking around at the different isp's, and wondering why slingshot's naked plan seems to have missed out on the data increases. I do see the unlimited naked plan but that's too expensive for us anyway.

because of this we'll be changing to orcon in october when our contract ends, simply because we need to ditch the landline to save money and i thought voip would be a cheaper option without ditching it completely, because some people still don't like calling cellphones.













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  Reply # 665961 2-Aug-2012 10:45 Send private message

hamish225: Hi, just looking around at the different isp's, and wondering why slingshot's naked plan seems to have missed out on the data increases. I do see the unlimited naked plan but that's too expensive for us anyway.

because of this we'll be changing to orcon in october when our contract ends, simply because we need to ditch the landline to save money and i thought voip would be a cheaper option without ditching it completely, because some people still don't like calling cellphones.


Hi, 

At this stage we only offer the Naked 30GB plan and the Unlimited Naked broadband plans. Both plans come with a free italk (VoIP) line and this can be utilised by purchasing an ATA device or using the softphone on your computer.

Thanks,
Ben






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  Reply # 666300 2-Aug-2012 15:26 Send private message

okay thank you, what are the additional data charges on the 30GB plan?













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  Reply # 666306 2-Aug-2012 15:35 Send private message

Hi just the standard data blocks.

2GB - $5
5GB - $10
20GB -$25
50GB -$50




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  Reply # 667021 3-Aug-2012 15:01 Send private message

Hmm, when did the Naked plans start coming with a free VoIP line?  I'm on the Naked Unlimited and certainly dont have that option.  

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  Reply # 667023 3-Aug-2012 15:03 Send private message

rp1790: Hmm, when did the Naked plans start coming with a free VoIP line?  I'm on the Naked Unlimited and certainly dont have that option.  




Hi, 

They have had this for as long as I can remember, you need to call us to request one.

Thanks,
Ben




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