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  Reply # 632267 29-May-2012 21:45
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Looks like I can get it where I am. Interesting.



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  Reply # 632278 29-May-2012 21:52
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Maybe they will start putting gear in more rural exchanges where UFB won't be going (e.g towns the size of matamata)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 632379 30-May-2012 07:49
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DjShadow: Maybe they will start putting gear in more rural exchanges where UFB won't be going (e.g towns the size of matamata)


Aren't those areas being covered by RBI??





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  Reply # 632429 30-May-2012 09:20
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wanghou168: great plans

My questions

1. Can i choose to get my speed reduced if I went over the cap rather than getting additional packs? since I usually only use 10Gb per month, so it is quite likely for me to over the cap.

2. If I want Calling on, what will happen to some of the call features? Where can I get information on cost related to call features? eg. Voice mail, Calling ID。。。。


Hi wanghou 168.

We don't restrict speeds, but since Naked Broadband+ starts with a 20GB data package you should be fine. Other phone products are available with this service, as linked from the Naked Broadband+ page. The direct link to the phone features and pricing is here.

Hope this helps.

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  Reply # 632522 30-May-2012 11:36
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Can anyone confirm that the 10c/minute charge applies only to outgoing calls, not incoming?
It sounds good to me.

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  Reply # 632548 30-May-2012 12:20
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jamesweather: Can anyone confirm that the 10c/minute charge applies only to outgoing calls, not incoming?
It sounds good to me.


Hi James - only outbound calls are charged, so if you make few calls but receive lots this could be a good option.

Cheers, Gary

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  Reply # 632550 30-May-2012 12:27
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It is a good option, unfortunately not available yet where I live.
I've also got 9 months to go on my TC deal.

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  Reply # 633204 31-May-2012 10:52
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From what I can gather from the details, if you want 20Gb or more broadband, and don't need a phone (or limited use of), it is a monthly saving of $40. Excellent.

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