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#23405 28-Jun-2008 13:27
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Hey guys

Ive just recently made the move to broadband at last :-D

Ive been on it now for about 1 month but I have some questions

Ive just recently went over my cap and now im on dailup speed intill my next bill :-D

Im just wondering now that im over my cap, Will I have unlimited internet at dailup speed? Or will I get charged for the excess usage?

I dont think I will get charge extra, but I dont wont to risk it. But.. it does state that I will only get charged $60 a month for my plan.

Any ideas?

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  #141027 28-Jun-2008 13:32
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Which ISP are you with?

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  #141032 28-Jun-2008 14:03
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If Xtra use as much as you like, no extra charges for excess. Plan will speed back up when you're onto your new month.

 
 
 
 


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  #141036 28-Jun-2008 14:25
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Hey,

No you wont get charged extra, thats why you get down graded to dial-up speed.

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