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  # 319301 16-Apr-2010 11:33
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Thanks for your comments, I get the feeling Italk is at the bottom of the list and its a toss up between 2Talk and Xnet VFX.

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  # 319480 16-Apr-2010 18:27
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Added a thread here that adds some thoughts

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=43&topicid=60027




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  # 319817 18-Apr-2010 02:18
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langi27:  Xnet VFX - $11.25(VOIP LINE) + $19.95 (SuperCap A 1000 minutes) = $31.20


I don't think those calling plans are available through VoIP, only through tolls. Can you confirm maverick?

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  # 319901 18-Apr-2010 14:22
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nate:
langi27:  Xnet VFX - $11.25(VOIP LINE) + $19.95 (SuperCap A 1000 minutes) = $31.20


I don't think those calling plans are available through VoIP, only through tolls. Can you confirm maverick?

Super Caps are also availble on VFX accounts, they have be for quite some time.




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  # 320135 19-Apr-2010 10:06
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I've decided to go with the 2Talk500 plan, based on your feedback and responses.

I've also requested to port my number from Telstra so will be interesting to see how thats managed. I remember porting my number to 2dgrees and it took less than 8 hours, 2Talk have said 5 Working days.

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