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Master Geek
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# 100525 12-Apr-2012 22:10

Hi all

I am currently using Total Home Broadband 60GB for my internet.

The thing is I have used nearly all of it and have about 500Mb to go at the moment.

And the billing date says : 14 Mar 2012-13 Apr 2012

Meaning that since right now is 2208 hour on the 12/04/12, it should rollover to new set of data at 0001 hours on the 13/04/12?

Or will I have to wait until 0001 hours on the 14/04/12??

Im just a bit worried and trying to work it out at the moment..

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  # 608530 12-Apr-2012 22:11
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roles over at 12:00am 13th, but the website mite not display this till as its not real time.






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Master Geek
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  # 608533 12-Apr-2012 22:16

awesome! haha thanks was worried that i was going to survive a whole day with 500Mb..

Im guessing this comes from your experience using Telecom?



 
 
 
 


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  # 608555 12-Apr-2012 22:48
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i've been using telecom broadband since 2003 so i hope i've learnt their system in that time




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  # 608569 12-Apr-2012 23:43
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Said it once, sayin it again..

http://tuc.co.nz/

:) It knows all!

You'll also be getting 80 in the near future and your cycle may change.



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Master Geek
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  # 608570 12-Apr-2012 23:59

so my data should roll over in few minutes??

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  # 608581 13-Apr-2012 00:37
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yochankr: so my data should roll over in few minutes??


No, the 14th is the 1st day of your new bill cycle, so you have to wait 24 hours more ( I think).  

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  # 608582 13-Apr-2012 00:38
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surfisup1000:
yochankr: so my data should roll over in few minutes??


No, the 14th is the 1st day of your new bill cycle, so you have to wait 24 hours more ( I think).  



Yes that is the way I understand it also, 

 
 
 
 


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  # 608586 13-Apr-2012 00:57
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crap, sorry i misread it, didnt mean to of mislead the OP




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  # 609055 13-Apr-2012 22:34
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The good news is telecom does not seem to slow people down on their final billing day- and if you are slowed down you are usually uncapped at some point on the last day

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  # 609065 13-Apr-2012 22:58
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Depends which option you take with your plan; I have the choice of being throttled or paying $2 per GB.

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  # 609143 14-Apr-2012 07:06
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Yes, of course it would depend on which option you have selected

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