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#27340 22-Oct-2008 18:40
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Found this AAPT press release today for their new 3-in-1 plans:


AAPT KEEPS IT SIMPLE WITH 3-IN-1 Phone, Broadband & Mobile

Sydney, October 21, 2008 - Just when life seems to be getting more complicated, AAPT is making it easy for consumers to stay connected and manage their communication bills.

APPT are offering fixed line home phone, broadband internet and mobile – three products, one price, in one bill.

Customers can choose between three prices - $109.95, $139.95 or $179.95 with increasing levels of included calls & data.

It’s that simple!

"3-in-1 is designed to make it easier, cheaper and simpler for households keep track of their communications spend and save money with great-value single-priced bundles," said AAPT Head of Corporate Communications, Tahn Shannon."

"Sign up for the 3-in-1 product that suits your specific usage needs and wave goodbye to complicated bills for multiple products.

Our customers can see at a glance the cost of their mobile phone plan, home phone and broadband internet."

"Our research found consumers wanted their communications made simple – and that’s what our new 3-in-1 package delivers."

"We also know how important it is for households to have certainty about their monthly expenditure and 3-in-1 provides that peace of mind."

"One bill, one simple decision about which package suits your lifestyle and one price so you can budget easily," she said.

AAPT’s 3-in-1 packages are available at aapt.com.au/3in1 or call 135 005.





 

 

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Wish the Commerce Commission here would see that these kind of "single telecommunications" packages aren't as bad as they sound.

But then again, we don't have many mobile operators here which provide all three (Telecom, Vodafone, TelstraClear)




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