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Topic # 73027 7-Dec-2010 15:05
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Finally took the plunge to sign up for Naked DSL. Just checked the signup tracker and the credit check/account settings check (step 1) still hasn't gone through and it has been a couple of days.

How long does Vodafone usually take, when I signed up with Orcon and then Telecom I was up and running in a couple of days after submitting the request.

Have sent a follow-up email, don't mind waiting just want to get things out of the way before things really get silly, being the silly season :)

Probably chose the wrong time of the year to switch, can blame my contract on my current ISP :)




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  Reply # 414075 7-Dec-2010 15:28
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Took me 7 working days to go from Orcon+ to Vodafone's Red network.




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  Reply # 414113 7-Dec-2010 16:32
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7 days.. okay. I know it may take up to 10. Although I would have thought the credit check/details check would have been done by now.

The ol' hurry up and wait :)

Thanks.

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