Signed up for the naked DSL plan - $55 a month, and can add data to the plan. All good, doesnt roll over like slingshot but with carefull planning should be able to have a minimal amount expire each month, and its cheaper.
Great I thought, looking at the pricing for snap
$70 per 100 gigs is the conclusion that I expect any reasonable person would get from this screen. Being that it says $70 for an additional 100GB of data, and at the bottom it says that I can top it up any time by going into my snap. So that to me means if I want 300 gigs, then it will just be 3x70 or $210 ontop of the $55 - so less than I pay slingshot for the same amount of data roughly each month.
But here is where they screw you over.. When you go to buy that extra data. look at this page!
Now it is $120 for 100gigs - thats almost twice the price I was quoted on the signup screen!
Apparantly this is not an error as ^AL on twitter has responded here
So anyway, they have promised to sell me data at one price, and then only after signup I have found that the prices provided were only for the "auto purchased" blocks, not the additional ones that you add when you run out. I can find no details of the prices for the additional datablocks anywhere on their site when looking at the home internet naked product, the only different prices are the business naked internet's data prices, which are not the same anyway.
What do you think? Gypped or not? Im going to make a complaint on monday about this, but it for sure is misrepresentation IMO.