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Uber Geek


Topic # 11875 15-Feb-2007 22:39
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12 month FLEXI plans are NOW AVAILABLE!* no more min 24 month commitment!

With a GREAT OFFER...........

FREE Sanyo 6600 phone with a new connection or upgrade to Flexi mytime plan 12-Month term*


Take your pick! Click on a phone or to order away in the NEW mobile online store or see your Telecom dealer.

Offer only available on Telecom Flexi Mytime 12 month connections from 15-28 February

* (Total minimum spend commitement $360 over 12 monthly instalments of min $30 spend, up to $500 early contract termination charges apply, NOTE: Early termination charges may apply if you are still in contract.)

PS: Why is that footnote disclaimer the standard in Australia and NOT here!

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  Reply # 62244 28-Feb-2007 10:32
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Yeah my girlfriend wants to get this deal, I'm Vodafone through and through so I'm against it Tongue out Anyway, since she is already on a Telecom plan and what she uses her phone for it does sound better for her. Just have a few questions though, is there still a $500 early disconnect fee? How does the phone stack up? I have read a couple of reviews and it seems ok (people that have one what do you think of it?)

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  Reply # 62467 1-Mar-2007 17:47
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Sorry, Too late now...
The deal has now ended 28 Feb 2007.    :-( Looks like flexi is still stuck on 24 months post-deal... Yes the standard disconnection charges apply so you'd be far better off riding out the monthly fees ($360 for a year)

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