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Topic # 100842 19-Apr-2012 14:54
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Because we really do you love you all, we have decided to allow our prepay customers to sign up for our Naked DSL @ Home plans and choose from our new MASSIVE data caps! 
You will also get a free static IP address on this plan!

To sign up for this deal please call us on 0800 276 232 or via email at signup@snap.net.nz


This deal is available to any current prepay customers who wish to opt for it. (You can transfer any data you have left on your @prepay account - just contact us)
If you are a new prepay customer and don't have an @prepay account, in one of the campus halls that Snap supplies then please contact us to take advantage of this too!

All other T's & C's apply.

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 7am - 11pm
Saturday and Sunday 8am - 8pm




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0800 BROADBAND (276 232)
www.snap.net.nz

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  Reply # 611985 19-Apr-2012 15:44
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Excellent!!

What about the 12 month term?



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  Reply # 612036 19-Apr-2012 17:16
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No contract and no Early Termination Fees. You just have to pay to the end of your current month. :)




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www.snap.net.nz

@SnapInternet on Twitter
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^AT Ashleigh - Retail Marketing Coordinator



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