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Topic # 95769 12-Jan-2012 17:03 Send private message

Does anyone have experience with M2 Telecommunications? They've given us a call and are offering a bit of a saving to take on our Telecom account. Seems that nothing changes with the service, just who we ring for support.

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  Reply # 568042 12-Jan-2012 17:19 Send private message

Sounds too good to be true, what is the catch as they aren't going to manage your service for free..


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  Reply # 568055 12-Jan-2012 18:00 Send private message

No experience as a customer but I have done some work for them before and they seemed pretty onto it.  Very large Aussie-based company, fingers in lots of telecom pies  (Mmmmm, pies... time for dinner)

 

 



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  Reply # 568141 12-Jan-2012 22:23 Send private message

"Fingers on" include being the parent company for Black & White mobile.




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  Reply # 568147 12-Jan-2012 22:50 Send private message

rhy7s: Does anyone have experience with M2 Telecommunications? They've given us a call and are offering a bit of a saving to take on our Telecom account. Seems that nothing changes with the service, just who we ring for support.


My rule of thumb is not to buy anything from cold callers, or door to door salesmen. Also if it looks to good to be true it usually is.

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  Reply # 569716 17-Jan-2012 00:14 Send private message

My only expierence with them is that i just ported one of their customers away from them for their 0508 toll free service because i was better priced.
Before then, the customer had no problems and was with them for a couple of years.




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