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  Reply # 538847 28-Oct-2011 18:47
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Ideal also got an upgrade.

Ideal was 15gb, now 20gb





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  Reply # 538925 29-Oct-2011 00:40
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Strange, they only just recently added an extra 50%, now this? Not complaining though, was starting to look around but will probably stay now, thanks VF!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 539066 29-Oct-2011 18:30
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@codyc1515

Perhaps it was in response to Telecom's changes to there broadband plans recently.  They have a 60GB broadband and home phone package for $105.

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  Reply # 539082 29-Oct-2011 19:48
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codyc1515: Strange, they only just recently added an extra 50%, now this? Not complaining though, was starting to look around but will probably stay now, thanks VF!


they added 50%,  but shortly after that Orcon launched the genius 30GB for $70, Telecom doubled their data, and slingshot massively improved data caps. Then in the last couple of weeks Telstra have upped the ante too with their changes.
looks like Voda didn't go far enough with their initial 50%

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  Reply # 539090 29-Oct-2011 20:59
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Awesome. 60GB + double your data doesn't look like a bad deal at all.




 


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  Reply # 542235 7-Nov-2011 21:10
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Haha - just noticed this myself. Logged in to check my usage with a week left to go! Toot Toot!

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