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Topic # 113217 9-Jan-2013 20:27
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Hey guys,

Anyone from Telecom on the forums know if Telecom is due to release some new broadband plans any time soon? Thinking that they must be due to tackle the naked and/or unlimited markets soon...

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  Reply # 742509 9-Jan-2013 20:31
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If anyone knew they would not be posting it on Geekzone as it would be covered under a NDA

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  Reply # 742512 9-Jan-2013 20:39
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Telecom won't be doing any naked plans anytime soon nor will they be trying unlimited again anytime soon!

They've only updated their plans last time some year and they're pretty decent..

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 742513 9-Jan-2013 20:40
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johnr: If anyone knew they would not be posting it on Geekzone as it would be covered under a NDA


No no no... NDA's don't apply to disclosing to moi... I'm terribly important, omniportant in fact, so anyone can feel free to tell me anything without any fears of recrimination...

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  Reply # 742514 9-Jan-2013 20:41
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JEDENZED:
johnr: If anyone knew they would not be posting it on Geekzone as it would be covered under a NDA


No no no... NDA's don't apply to disclosing to moi... I'm terribly important, omniportant in fact, so anyone can feel free to tell me anything without any fears of recrimination...

Laughing


Next Tui Bill board?



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  Reply # 742515 9-Jan-2013 20:43
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johnr: Next Tui Bill board?


Might be a bit long but anything's possible...

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  Reply # 742518 9-Jan-2013 20:47
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Telecom already have some of the most competitive plans in the marketplace, I wouldn't see a need to change them in a hurry.

And as for unlimited, you clearly haven't read any interviews with Simon Moutter.



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  Reply # 742519 9-Jan-2013 20:49
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kyhwana2: They've only updated their plans last time some year and they're pretty decent..


Agreed... was hoping for something in the naked sphere but I suppose they're primarily in the business of providing fixed lines...

What was the issue with their unlimited offering (was this "Big Time" or something like that?)?

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  Reply # 742520 9-Jan-2013 20:50
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Why have an unlimited plan when you have a 500Gb plan - without making too much of a generalisation, i'd say that most unlimited plan customers use less than that per month

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  Reply # 742522 9-Jan-2013 20:54
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You can also get a 1TB plan



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  Reply # 742525 9-Jan-2013 20:58
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sbiddle: And as for unlimited, you clearly haven't read any interviews with Simon Moutter.


Bang on, I hadn't. Have now though... Cheers for the tip



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  Reply # 742527 9-Jan-2013 20:59
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johnr: You can also get a 1TB plan


From whom?

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  Reply # 742538 9-Jan-2013 21:13
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johnr: You can also get a 1TB plan


From whom?


SNAP



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  Reply # 742544 9-Jan-2013 21:23
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kyhwana2:
JEDENZED:
johnr: You can also get a 1TB plan


From whom?


SNAP


What's the word on SNAP? Are they good/reliable?

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  Reply # 742558 9-Jan-2013 21:54
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Yes.

Look up top right. That is search. It works.



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  Reply # 742559 9-Jan-2013 21:59
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chevrolux: Yes.

Look up top right. That is search. It works.


Nice - friendly sort, ain'tcha...? Must've felt pretty good to teach the noob a lesson...

I consider my arse spanked, cheers... Undecided

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