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  Reply # 609251 14-Apr-2012 13:17 Send private message

when you do the new plans, i dont need more data at the same cost ie: i pay $145 for phone and 105 GB data, i dont want a plan where i pay the same price and get say 150 GB data. would prefer to keep the 105 GB plan and pay $30 less.

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  Reply # 609388 14-Apr-2012 19:18 Send private message

vexxxboy: i dont want a plan where i pay the same price and get say 150 GB data. would prefer to keep the 105 GB plan and pay $30 less.


You could do that, if your on their new plans, just change your monthly data pack.
i.e. The Naked plan starts at 10GB for $60, then you just add on whatever extra data you want.



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  Reply # 609395 14-Apr-2012 19:38 Send private message

10gbe:
vexxxboy: i dont want a plan where i pay the same price and get say 150 GB data. would prefer to keep the 105 GB plan and pay $30 less.


You could do that, if your on their new plans, just change your monthly data pack.
i.e. The Naked plan starts at 10GB for $60, then you just add on whatever extra data you want.




thats the problem with there plans, i need a phone and i use about 80-90 GB a month so the 50 GB is not enough so that only leaves the 100GB a month at $145 a month with phone, which is becoming really expensive against other isp's



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  Reply # 609449 14-Apr-2012 23:04 Send private message

My only concern with any possible change is that things don't get cheaper, they get more expensive for more data.

Would love the grandfathered plan I am on to be $20 a month cheaper for 35GB and if I need extra they will get that savings back in $5 unlimited sessions

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  Reply # 609450 14-Apr-2012 23:13 Send private message

nzkiwiman: My only concern with any possible change is that things don't get cheaper, they get more expensive for more data.

Would love the grandfathered plan I am on to be $20 a month cheaper for 35GB and if I need extra they will get that savings back in $5 unlimited sessions


Just change ISPs is you aren't getting the deal you are needing, and you are at the end of any contract. Its really easy to do. I think I am going to switch yearly now at the end of each contract period, moving to the ISP with the best deal at the time. There is heaps of competition in the market now, and that will only get better for the consumer.

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  Reply # 609958 16-Apr-2012 12:28 Send private message

yeah Im gonna wait and see what these new plans are and then jump if they arent to my liking. Have loved SNAP as an ISP, great service etc, but that only goes so far when I compare what I can get elsewhere for the same amount of money. Come on SNAP, give me a reason to stay, I really want to




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  Reply # 609988 16-Apr-2012 13:05 Send private message

vexxxboy:
10gbe:
vexxxboy: i dont want a plan where i pay the same price and get say 150 GB data. would prefer to keep the 105 GB plan and pay $30 less.


You could do that, if your on their new plans, just change your monthly data pack.
i.e. The Naked plan starts at 10GB for $60, then you just add on whatever extra data you want.




thats the problem with there plans, i need a phone and i use about 80-90 GB a month so the 50 GB is not enough so that only leaves the 100GB a month at $145 a month with phone, which is becoming really expensive against other isp's


Can you just use their unlimited nights plan maybe 4x / month? 




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  Reply # 610005 16-Apr-2012 13:38 Send private message

gjm: yeah Im gonna wait and see what these new plans are and then jump if they arent to my liking. Have loved SNAP as an ISP, great service etc, but that only goes so far when I compare what I can get elsewhere for the same amount of money. Come on SNAP, give me a reason to stay, I really want to


I have found telecom to have great service so far. You can get through straight away on the phone, and they reply to emails too within a day. That is as good as any ISP I have been with , and far better than some I have been with.

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  Reply # 610864 17-Apr-2012 22:35 Send private message

vexxxboy:
khull: hrmph - I want to stay but at $105 for 60GB from Telecom that comes WITH a landline is pretty damn good


it comes with a 120GB


yeah just recently too! Good show on them

Snap i'm getting excited now, hope you guys will surprise us especially for those who stay

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  Reply # 610867 17-Apr-2012 22:45 Send private message

RalphFromSnap: Hi Guys,

We are constantly reviewing our plans and looking at revised pricing and larger data allowances. However at this stage we cannot confirm, but please keep and eye out on our website, facebook, twitter, Geekzone and GP Forums for any updates.

Thanks,




Am I the only one that read into Ralph's marketing blurb "there is nothing in the pipeline, so don't hold your breath"  ?




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  Reply # 610871 17-Apr-2012 22:51 Send private message

GeoffisPure:
RalphFromSnap: Hi Guys,

We are constantly reviewing our plans and looking at revised pricing and larger data allowances. However at this stage we cannot confirm, but please keep and eye out on our website, facebook, twitter, Geekzone and GP Forums for any updates.

Thanks,




Am I the only one that read into Ralph's marketing blurb "there is nothing in the pipeline, so don't hold your breath"  ?


Yes I think you are :P

I saw another post from Ralph that said we could expect an update in the next few days so should be a interesting wait.

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  Reply # 610873 17-Apr-2012 22:55 Send private message

McGee:
GeoffisPure:
RalphFromSnap: Hi Guys,

We are constantly reviewing our plans and looking at revised pricing and larger data allowances. However at this stage we cannot confirm, but please keep and eye out on our website, facebook, twitter, Geekzone and GP Forums for any updates.

Thanks,




Am I the only one that read into Ralph's marketing blurb "there is nothing in the pipeline, so don't hold your breath"  ?


Yes I think you are :P

I saw another post from Ralph that said we could expect an update in the next few days so should be a interesting wait.


It's almost like Snap and Xnet are just waiting for the other to release their plans before they do. After seeing what Telecom and Orcon have just advertised I suspect they won't be able to hold out for long.

If only we had this sort of competition in other industries

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  Reply # 610878 17-Apr-2012 23:07 Send private message

insane:


If only we had this sort of competition in other industries



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  Reply # 610881 17-Apr-2012 23:21 Send private message

McGee:
insane:


If only we had this sort of competition in other industries



PETROL


That was actually what I was thinking when I wrote that :)

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  Reply # 610884 17-Apr-2012 23:31 Send private message

Something along the lines of "Offpeak every night for $20 per month" would be awesome for us, but yes, compared to other ISP's things are getting a tad expensive now.

I must say though - I have used about 180gb of Google/Youtube this month which means we are using far less data, of which other ISP's don't offer.

We will see! I'm sure as always Snap have something up their sleeves.




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