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Topic # 101262 27-Apr-2012 16:41 Send private message

We have now updated our @ work plans too!

You can see the new packs here

 $20 additional 15GB data
$30 additional 35GB data
 $60 additional 95GB data
 $100 additional 200GB data




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0800 BROADBAND (276 232)
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  Reply # 616155 27-Apr-2012 16:48 Send private message

Thanks Snap! Now how about some UFB plans? :)




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  Reply # 616167 27-Apr-2012 17:25 Send private message

Am I missing something?

For $119 with VF (Before they revise the plans) I get 50GB of data + a land line. With Snap I get $105 which gives me 40GB and a landline.

Comparatively on Snap Residential $115 gets me 255GB of data..

There should be a difference between business and residential but 6 x the data allocation??

I can't help but be a little disappointed.

snap! We love you... less if you are a business!

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  Reply # 616171 27-Apr-2012 17:30 Send private message

networkn: Am I missing something?

For $119 with VF (Before they revise the plans) I get 50GB of data + a land line. With Snap I get $105 which gives me 40GB and a landline.

Comparatively on Snap Residential $115 gets me 255GB of data..

There should be a difference between business and residential but 6 x the data allocation??

I can't help but be a little disappointed.

snap! We love you... less if you are a business!


One can only assume then that residential customers will be prioritised then. unless the cost of a static IP has increased recently :) 



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  Reply # 616202 27-Apr-2012 18:12 Send private message

I've just left old faithful to join Snap. Plans are great! Have picked a 70GB Naked DSL plan will be $80/month with a static IP. Will probably pay another $10 and get 155GB.
Have set up my number to be ported to 2Talk and just waiting for everything to switch over.
I was paying $90 with Telecom for BB and landline and that was with a $40 discount for being a chorus contractor so technically was paying $130 for only 60GB.
As far as I'm concerned VoIP is just as good as a landline, if not better, so why not?! My landline has been on customer link to my 2Talk trunk for the last few months anyway lol.

Looking forward to being a Snap customer. Hope leaving Telecom was a good choice =)

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