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Topic # 113908 31-Jan-2013 19:58 Send private message

Hi there,
  Could you please advice the cost of connecting to you guys if I do not already have a phone line.

 cheers Bob
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  Reply # 754212 1-Feb-2013 08:27 Send private message

Look over here: https://www.flip.co.nz/what-does-flip-cost/ . It says: There is a one-off $49.95 install fee, but no contract.

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  Reply # 754229 1-Feb-2013 08:56 Send private message

If there isn't a phone line then I believe Chorus charges $402 for connection.

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  Reply # 754294 1-Feb-2013 10:44 Send private message

Behodar: If there isn't a phone line then I believe Chorus charges $402 for connection.


Depends.

If you have a line into your house already then our standard connection of $49.95 should be fine. Easy way to check if to see if you have jack points wired up.

Otherwise, it can be quite expensive. $260 to be connected and have a jack point installed, even more if you need a coppper line actually connected to your house.




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  Reply # 754302 1-Feb-2013 10:53 Send private message

Hmm, I wonder where I got $402 from!

Edit: Aha!

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