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  Reply # 555897 9-Dec-2011 13:36 Send private message

I've just noticed that on my account page, my plan was listed as "(expired)", So I checked the new signups page and sure enough, there are new products there.

I was on naked broadband 5GB @ $55/month + addons, I just called snap and within 2 minutes changed my plan to the new version of the naked base plan which is 10GB @ $60/month + addons.

I am quite happy with this.




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  Reply # 555906 9-Dec-2011 13:53 Send private message

Fair enough, I am happy with the service quality I recieve from them (last weekend ignored for obvious reasons) and their customer service team is exemplary. However $105 for 30 GB and phone line is way below current standard for data cap which was the conversation point.




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  Reply # 556337 10-Dec-2011 13:30 Send private message

Just check out the new plans
5GB Naked Broadband was $55, but now 10GB is $60.

Which means if I was to change from my 35GB Advanced plan (without phone), I would be paying $5 more for the same amount of bundle data (10GB + $25 for 25GB addon)

I have no issues with snap and the performance and while the $5 for unlimited nights is fantastic, the ability to have say 50GB for my current price ($80/month) would be great

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