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Topic # 159889 16-Dec-2014 11:20
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I know I'm good at asking dumb questions, but looking at Sparks new plans for Gigatown Dunedin, apart from the obvious speed thing, are they also getting about $20 off their plans. For example 100/50 Unlimited with landline is $139 vs $119 for Unlimited with landline in Dunedin.

Am I comparing completely the wrong things, which wouldn't be unusual.

I certainly wouldn't mind paying $119 for 100/50 where I live.




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  Reply # 1198352 16-Dec-2014 11:24
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That's because the wholesale cost of the Gigabit service is about $20 less than the 100/50 service for the duration of the Gigatown promo.





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  Reply # 1198355 16-Dec-2014 11:32
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Ahh, that would explain it. Thanks




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  Reply # 1198416 16-Dec-2014 13:11
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Makes the 30/10 500gb fiber plan I'm on look pretty zzzzz $$

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