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Topic # 106414 23-Jul-2012 19:17
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We have phone and internet with Slingshot, but are considering a move back to Telecom. I see some older posts (May) on geekzone suggesting Telecom was offering two free months and a free Tivo.

Does anyone know if this is still current? Any other deals out there?

I like the look of the Total Home Broadband Plan... 


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  Reply # 660618 23-Jul-2012 20:38
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polglase: We have phone and internet with Slingshot, but are considering a move back to Telecom. I see some older posts (May) on geekzone suggesting Telecom was offering two free months and a free Tivo.

Does anyone know if this is still current? Any other deals out there?

I like the look of the Total Home Broadband Plan...?



I doubt the tivo is being offered as stock is very limited from what I heard, but it wouldn't harm phoning them to see what they can offer. It is probably a case of you snooze you lose.



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  Reply # 660660 23-Jul-2012 22:13
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I rang them and the tivo deal is finished.

Two months free, $10/month discount, and a free wireless modem was the offer for a 12 month contract.

Let me know if you have heard of anything better than that.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 661641 25-Jul-2012 11:56
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As above that is the current deal if signing in 12 months on a Total Home Lite and above plan. Keep in mind the $10 p/m credit is only valid for a 12 month period. No more TiVo.

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