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Topic # 230627 5-Mar-2018 21:00
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Flicks advertising is appearing in my Facebook feed does anyone know what they are offering?


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  Reply # 1968641 6-Mar-2018 07:20
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Did you try clicking on the advertising?





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  Reply # 1968644 6-Mar-2018 07:44
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timmmay:

Did you try clicking on the advertising?



No I went to the flick website and didn't see any info there.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1968653 6-Mar-2018 08:07
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timmmay:

 

Did you try clicking on the advertising?

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1968661 6-Mar-2018 08:27
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epr:

No I went to the flick website and didn't see any info there.

 

Maybe you should consider clicking on the advertising.





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  Reply # 1970162 6-Mar-2018 20:52
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Is that the offer? I don't see it in my feed.


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  Reply # 1970188 6-Mar-2018 21:30
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In short, Flick will pay you the variable wholesale price for your solar exported power. They say is is a trial (in Beta) So they are still developing the tools that go with it.

They said that they can't accept GST registered customers yet. And note that your average exported price will still most likely be lower than your import price. As the import price has lines fees added as well.





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  Reply # 1979762 19-Mar-2018 12:01
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I'm on the trial, works as described.

 

 

 

 


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