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Topic # 76676 4-Feb-2011 18:29 Send private message

A bit frustrating to see that Slingshot are still charging $50 to sign up with them for a "new account" although there is a 12 month term on the contract...was hoping this would be no $$'s to sign up...

Guess I'll be sticking it out with Telecom...

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I would love to change the world, but they won't give me the source code

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  Reply # 435445 4-Feb-2011 18:37 Send private message

Would you want to sign up to SS even if it was $0 anyway?

John


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  Reply # 435478 4-Feb-2011 19:35 Send private message

johnr: Would you want to sign up to SS even if it was $0 anyway?

John



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  Reply # 435483 4-Feb-2011 19:44 Send private message

SCM:johnr: Would you want to sign up to SS even if it was $0 anyway?

John



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Theres many better offerings under the tree


True and I agree, however the requirement here is simply a landline...with decent toll call rates...
No internet requirements (its for the parents...who dont want to be bothered by computers....no matter how much I persist...)





I would love to change the world, but they won't give me the source code

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  Reply # 435490 4-Feb-2011 19:48 Send private message

Check out Vodafone wireless home phone then

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  Reply # 435510 4-Feb-2011 21:18 Send private message

SCM:
johnr: Would you want to sign up to SS even if it was $0 anyway?

John



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Theres many better offerings under the tree

Like???? For $45 I get 70-85GB per month.

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  Reply # 435532 4-Feb-2011 22:14 Send private message

For $50 I can get over 300GB a month however as the OP says, its not the data hes after but a landline type phone with good toll rates.




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  Reply # 435559 5-Feb-2011 01:49 Send private message

johnr: Would you want to sign up to SS even if it was $0 anyway?

John




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