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Topic # 113573 21-Jan-2013 10:01
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We've boosted two of our most popular data packs this morning.

You can now get 25GB for $15 and 45GB for $25. Both don't expire for 12 months. 

So effectively you can get 30GB broadband and homeline for $64.95 or 50GB for $74.95.

Obviously you can buy more as you need it, or if you want to save cash, we'll slow you do to 256k broadband for the rest of the month.


Next on the list is to launch our no cap data pack. Aiming for next week.




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  Reply # 748375 21-Jan-2013 18:54
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How we do we change from a standard data pack to the unlimited pack when it is launched? Will it only take affect on the next billing cycle?

Will there be a list of sites and services that are limited?



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  Reply # 748650 22-Jan-2013 09:55
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battlemantis: How we do we change from a standard data pack to the unlimited pack when it is launched? Will it only take affect on the next billing cycle?

Will there be a list of sites and services that are limited?


You'll be able to purchase it either immediately (at a pro-rated price) or on your next billing cycle.

Yes will be putting together a list of sites that are limited.




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  Reply # 748662 22-Jan-2013 10:17
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Unlimited pack... like, the same as the other packs? Laughing 12 months expiry!

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  Reply # 748670 22-Jan-2013 10:26
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groynk: Unlimited pack... like, the same as the other packs? Laughing 12 months expiry!


lol, so you buy it once and it lasts for 12 months.



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  Reply # 748679 22-Jan-2013 10:43
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NonprayingMantis:
groynk: Unlimited pack... like, the same as the other packs? Laughing 12 months expiry!


lol, so you buy it once and it lasts for 12 months.


Ha.

No.




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  Reply # 748692 22-Jan-2013 11:10
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list of technologies that will be limited 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=147&topicid=113607




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