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  Reply # 2111633 20-Oct-2018 20:57
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Fair enough - that's a good deal, but it's not as good as my $0/month deal for Fibre100 unlimited. But then again, I'm not comparing apples to apples am I?

 

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  Reply # 2111636 20-Oct-2018 21:00
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Talkiet:

Fair enough - that's a good deal, but it's not as good as my $0/month deal for Fibre100 unlimited. But then again, I'm not comparing apples to apples am I?


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Well yes $0 is better

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  Reply # 2111654 20-Oct-2018 21:37
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Linux: Was about to change the home broadband to 2degrees and just happen to get a courtesy call from Vodafone and they said would you stay if we did 300GB for $49.99 per month

Also got a email confirming pricing per month 5 minutes after hanging up

John

 

Right, so it's a deal closer, same as a welcome credit really. Explains why both Neil and i couldn't find

 

 





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