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  Reply # 2106733 12-Oct-2018 12:46
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cryan209:

This issue is now solved. :)


Thank you to @hio77 & @cbrpilot for solving this problem. Spark has a good presence here.



Yes, fibre would be preferred but living costs etc...



I thought the fibre plans were cheaper than the copper options.

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  Reply # 2106737 12-Oct-2018 12:54
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cryan209:

 

Yes, fibre would be preferred but living costs etc...

 

 

i'd look at our unplan fibre offers, order of magnitude cheaper, even for just basic fibre.

 

 





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  Reply # 2106744 12-Oct-2018 13:10
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You're welcome cryan209.  Apologies you had the issue to start with. 

 

@hio77 I don't think it's an order of magnitude cheaper (I wish!), but it can be cheaper depending on how much you use and whether you take the entertainment package or not (and certainly cheaper than copper).





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  Reply # 2106748 12-Oct-2018 13:17
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cbrpilot:

 

hio77 I don't think it's an order of magnitude cheaper (I wish!), but it can be cheaper depending on how much you use and whether you take the entertainment package or not (and certainly cheaper than copper).

 

 

when we are in a market where 1$ makes a difference, it kinda is..

 

 

 

$85 for unlimited fibre basic naked, Compared to 99$ for unlimited Copper naked.





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