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#207837 16-Jan-2017 10:15
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Happy new year everyone!

You may have noticed our latest product has launched – Skinny Unlimited Broadband! We decided it was high time to get on board with the unlimited game!
Of course, it’s all at Skinny prices so you know you’re going to get a good deal.

This is a fixed line product – offering ADSL, VDSL and Fibre (100/20) where available.
We’ve introduced contracts for the first time ever, to give customers the option of being able to get a preferred price of only $58 per month for the first year and $88 per month for the second (over a 24 month term). This comes with a free modem and standard connection fee included. ETC fees apply.

We’ve still got our standard month-to-month/no contract option too at only $68 per month. You just need to purchase a Skinny Unlimited modem ($99 and that’s yours to keep) and also pay for a standard connection fee ($49).

Oh and for those who want a small amount of data, we’ve also launched a new plan - 40GB for only $40 per month! This product is over Spark’s 4G network.

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  #1772555 29-Apr-2017 19:27
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Hello Skinny, I would consider switching from my current fibre provider if I didn't have to buy the modem on the No contract option...please reconsider making this available.





@Livingskinny, me too I would also change over to you guys if I didn't have to pay for the $99 modem that I don't need.



You're not buying the modem because you need a modem. You're buying the modem because this way that they can easily train their support staff. If you want the cheapest unlimited broadband in the country you'll have to deal with some tradeoff.

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