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Topic # 67958 11-Sep-2010 18:41
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Well Milford was a wash of Telecom sales people today a door knocking, even though it was raining like crazy. But did get 40GB for 12 months without a contract going by what was signed as I was already a Total home customer.

Of course there was the GST increase letter again saying it will be $3 more on the 1st of October

He did give me a 7 day get out of jail free letter so not feeling that bad :)


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  Reply # 378817 11-Sep-2010 18:44
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Hmmm, wonder whether this applies to everyone else who signs up? Might just be a promo from door knockers.

I see this deal: http://www.telecom.co.nz/broadband/offer

But only double data for 6 months, not the 12 you've received. 



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  Reply # 378854 11-Sep-2010 21:26
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Yeah noticed that offer and was annoyed that from what I could gather was for new customers not existing, although the 12 month contract put me off.

But what I signed today had LLU DYD No contract in the notes that I had to initial, LLU I could workout not sure what the DYD is but his handwriting was all over the place.


 
 
 
 


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Lurch: Yeah noticed that offer and was annoyed that from what I could gather was for new customers not existing, although the 12 month contract put me off.

But what I signed today had LLU DYD No contract in the notes that I had to initial, LLU I could workout not sure what the DYD is but his handwriting was all over the place.



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