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Topic # 110805 16-Oct-2012 16:33
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Apologies if this has already been answered elsewhere in this forum.

Does anyone living in Kapiti (Waikanae or Paraparaumu) on a VF plan (I'm looking at landline + BB + Sky + mobile) have free calling to the 04 wellington region?

TIA.

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  Reply # 702166 16-Oct-2012 17:16
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Far as I know its TelstraClear that does free calling to wellington (local call on the Cable Network and Big Back Yard on the chorus network)

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  Reply # 702167 16-Oct-2012 17:16
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Will find out for you tomorrow :)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 702207 16-Oct-2012 18:48
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DjShadow: Far as I know its TelstraClear that does free calling to wellington (local call on the Cable Network and Big Back Yard on the chorus network)


Yes, TC do indeed - I'm a current customer. I confirmed with Telecom that they would allow free calling to the Wellington region if I signed up. Sadly, Telecom don't have a deal with Sky (although the CSR said "wait-and-see" - yeah right).

johnr: Will find out for you tomorrow :)


Thanks John.

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  Reply # 702935 18-Oct-2012 13:57
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John did you manage to find out? moving to Kapiti in a couple of weeks so was interested to know

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  Reply # 702940 18-Oct-2012 14:00
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Sorry been flat out and busy this afternoon out of the office right now

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  Reply # 703959 20-Oct-2012 10:50
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Hi Zaptor,

The calling area for Kapiti runs from Paekakariki to just past Waikanae, but you can add on unlimited calls to NZ landlines for $20.44 a month or alternatively the Choice and Mega Packs come with Home Phone Bestmates which would give you free calls to your top 5 people.

Hope this helps
Josh

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