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# 37264 9-Jul-2009 19:13
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Earlier this week a person from compass called us up as they do to try and sell us their services. Usually I wouldn't bother listening to what they had to say, but seeing as I've been looking to change my broadband plan for a while, I thought i'd hear them out. It's very similar pricing to other provides and will work out at around $86 a month for home phone line and a 10gb broadband plan.

My question here is simply wether or not i should switch to compass, or stay with telecom and just upgard, or consider someone else all together?

Any advice or information on experiances you have had with them would be very helpful.


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  # 234031 11-Jul-2009 12:36
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imo if telecom is around the same price then you should stay with them, why change when what you have is working fine?

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  # 234173 11-Jul-2009 18:49
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I'm currently on a 3gb plan which as you could imagine is pretty useless, that's the whole reason for changing. Paying around $90 a month for it at the moment, if I was to stay with telecom would definitely be changing to total home. Vodafones is also very tempting. At only $90 for landline and 20gb, probably the better of the two considering I don't make toll calls

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