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Topic # 223588 7-Oct-2017 09:53
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Just thought I'd share this:

 

Vic Deals (a large Facebook group I'm subscribed to) currently have a deal with BigPipe giving $10 off per month for 12mo on a no-contract broadband plan. Looks like this deal is for anyone. Furthermore using a referral link will give you a further $20 credit. This makes 100/20Mbit UFB, for example, $69/mo with the ability to add a static IP also.

 

So if you dislike your ISP I encourage you to give them a go - they're great!

 

More information here: https://www.bigpipe.co.nz/vicdeals

 

And, if you want $20 credit you can use my referral here. Just enter the promo code "VICDEALS" when signing up.





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  Reply # 1900284 13-Nov-2017 17:12
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Also applies to CURRENT subscribers. Our invoice now has a $10 discount entry. :)


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  Reply # 1900288 13-Nov-2017 17:35
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allune:

 

Also applies to CURRENT subscribers. Our invoice now has a $10 discount entry. :)

 

 

 

 

How did you get the $10 discount on your current subscription? 


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  Reply # 1900289 13-Nov-2017 17:36
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Sent email to support asking to apply code VICDEALS in our account :D


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  Reply # 1900290 13-Nov-2017 17:37
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allune:

 

Also applies to CURRENT subscribers. Our invoice now has a $10 discount entry. :)

 

 

 

 

How do you activate it for current subscribers?


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  Reply # 1900292 13-Nov-2017 17:41
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@throbb posted a minute ahead of you :D

 

 


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  Reply # 1900294 13-Nov-2017 17:43
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@throbb posted a minute ahead of you :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the speedy / ahead of time reply :P 


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  Reply # 1900355 13-Nov-2017 19:12
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Just logged a ticket asking them to apply it to my existing account, will see how we go :-) Bloody fantastic if they will apply it to existing customers thou (If only other ISP's were that awesome!)





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  Reply # 1900360 13-Nov-2017 19:15
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Hope yall still get it. Sent in my request only two weeks ago... so hopefully it works until now!




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  Reply # 1900374 13-Nov-2017 20:23
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Heck that is pretty decent that they're applying it for existing customers too :)





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  Reply # 1900386 13-Nov-2017 21:22
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Are they doing it because for the most basic user, Bigpipe isn't the cheapest anymore? Seeing 60-70 per month for basic fibre with some newer providers...


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  Reply # 1900399 13-Nov-2017 22:22
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I tried to get I loaded in my account and was told no as I had used a promo code when I originally joined.
Pretty lame excuse.



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  Reply # 1900401 13-Nov-2017 22:33
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zjacka: I tried to get I loaded in my account and was told no as I had used a promo code when I originally joined.
Pretty lame excuse.

 

I'm pretty sure a BigPipe staff member around here should be able to help - @BigPipeNZ, @IPv6Pipe especially since other people here have got it.





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  Reply # 1900469 14-Nov-2017 08:00
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allune:

 

Are they doing it because for the most basic user, Bigpipe isn't the cheapest anymore? Seeing 60-70 per month for basic fibre with some newer providers...

 

 

 

 

Skinny $68pm UFB naked100/20.

 

Unlimited internet naked UFB 30/10 $60pm

 

Unlimited internet $70pm naked UFB 100/20. 

 

And no doubt there will be other RSP's that reduce to this pricepoint.

 

 


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  Reply # 1900472 14-Nov-2017 08:10
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Lias:

 

Just logged a ticket asking them to apply it to my existing account, will see how we go :-) Bloody fantastic if they will apply it to existing customers thou (If only other ISP's were that awesome!)

 

 

Same here. Will be interesting to hear their reply (I'll be reserving praise until after I hear back. wink)





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  Reply # 1900505 14-Nov-2017 09:36
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This is what I was told...

 

 

Hi,

 

Thanks for contacting us.

 

We won't be able to apply this promotion code to your account as it is for new customers only. Sorry about this. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Bogdan

 

The Bigpipe People.

 

 

I'm not exactly thrilled with the performance of Bigpipe lately, but a $10 per month discount would make it easier to overlook those issues.


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