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Topic # 191291 30-Jan-2016 23:24
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We're currently on Spark's 80 gig ADSL plan with a landline. I'm considering porting the landline number away to 2Talk but keeping naked ADSL with Spark. From reading a few earlier threads, this sounds as if it might be a little complicated, because porting a Spark landline risks disconnecting the associated broadband at the same time.

 

I'd like to ask:

 

(1) What's the best current way to do this without risking lengthy broadband downtime (or disconnection)?

 

(2) Will Spark charge fees or require a new contract term for going from ADSL + landline to naked ADSL?

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1482109 31-Jan-2016 10:19
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You might be better using 2talks naked adsl, that way they could transition it cleanly for you.


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  Reply # 1482112 31-Jan-2016 10:40
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Move your Spark number over to a Custometlink service. This way you would separate the landline and ADSL. Then you can port the landline over to 2talk.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1484271 3-Feb-2016 12:14
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Thanks for the replies. I've realised that we're better off moving to Bigpipe for broadband, and there's a post in their forum section detailing exactly how to move to their broadband service while moving the phone number to 2talk. Fingers crossed it all goes smoothly...

 

 

 

 


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