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Topic # 109665 24-Sep-2012 17:05 Send private message

As the topic stated, I can't find it anymore. Did telstraclear remove this plan or what? I find it to be best of value compare to warp speed plans.

Also, the bill always confuses me when I change plan in the middle of a monthly period. Say, if I use 90g plan at start of a month, then change to 60g in the middle of the same month, in the end I will get a 60g plan bill. Can't people use this to exploit data cap? I could use 150g data and paying for a 60g plan in the end?

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  Reply # 690742 24-Sep-2012 17:11 Send private message

It was removed when they released the greater range of warp speed plans, essentially it is now the 100 gig warp plan.

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  Reply # 690995 25-Sep-2012 10:43 Send private message

Hi Cululu. A while back I posted an explanation of how the plan change billing works. Hope this helps.

Cheers, Gary

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