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Topic # 27192 17-Oct-2008 01:06
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I only have 6 days left until a new billing month starts on my Orcon account, and I just ordered Telecom broadband a few minutes ago. Is it wishful thinking to expect my Telecom broadband to be up and running before then?

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 171734 17-Oct-2008 02:09
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I'm in Palmy, But we have just changed to Telecom this month for there new plans and I rung on the Thursday
and we were connected Tuesday morning by 9am

Hows that for service from Telecom, but of course they got everything else wrong but thats why we love telecom!!

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  Reply # 172026 19-Oct-2008 00:32
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I just signed up. They expect 3 business days. Called Friday afternoon. Will be connected Tuesday. (i'd say Wednesday)

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Master Geek


  Reply # 172241 20-Oct-2008 13:28
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Took them 3 days, which I'm very satisfied. The speed is awesome! And the support was very pleasant to talk to. Good job Telecom!

BTW I'm in North Shore. :)



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  Reply # 172246 20-Oct-2008 14:03
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Thanks everyone. I got finally got an email back from them and I'm getting connected on the 22nd. Just 1 day before a new billing month starts with Orcon, so that's pretty good timing =D

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  Reply # 172248 20-Oct-2008 14:22
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In my case the current install date is February 2010!!!!!

No free ports and no upgrade till then.




 

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