Previously known as psycik
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old3eyes: Anyone know if you still have to pay extra on the fiber landline for the likes of CLID, Call Waiting and Voicemail??
Wheelbarrow01:surfisup1000: Uhh, the telecom website for checking the new UFB prices is poorly designed if you want IP phone too.
Can't figure out how much it costs for 200/20 UFB, with landline, and national calling. I clicked learn more on the phone options and it tells me there are a variety of options yet does not list the options with prices.
SO, i give up, sorry telecom.
200/20 Speed, on 80GB plan, with fibre landline is $119/month.
Add free weekend national calling for $4/month or free anytime national calling for $14/month
The landline comes with the following services at no cost:
Automatic Call Back
Divert my number if unreachable (free to any Spark Landline or Mobile)
Hide My Number
Last Number Redial
Hibino: Not sure upgrading to the new plan will make any difference for me since after 12pm the international speed just gets worth and worth till the next morning, I can't even use the full 30mbps at the moment. But it is exited to see 1gbps bandwidth so I'll give it a try.
quickymart:Hibino: Not sure upgrading to the new plan will make any difference for me since after 12pm the international speed just gets worth and worth till the next morning, I can't even use the full 30mbps at the moment. But it is exited to see 1gbps bandwidth so I'll give it a try.
Worth and worth?
GregV: shouldn't that be oopth? :)
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