Telecom is now offering phone and 160GB of data for $125. My family still wants digital TV for some reason and the only way I can do that is to keep a TCL plan with no phone, digital TV, 20GB of data for $71 or $96 for the additional decoder. Therefore my total montly spend would be $96 + $125 = $201. But I would getting 160GB + 20GB for that instead of 90GB. [Of course I would have to remember to switch over the router from the TCL modem to the ADSL one once the 20GB was used up!]
Sounds like a good deal but of course it all depends on whether Telecom ADSL2(+) is halfway decent in my area. And as TCL customer with a monitored alarm I would be up for a $199 installation charge to get all the wiring setup. And I have to purchase a ADSL modem also.
Any flaws in this argument? I like TCL and have been a customer for over 8 years (I figure I have spent about $14K with them over the years but they are not coming to the party on data caps.