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#229870 1-Jul-2009 11:49
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How do we sign up and when are they available?





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  #229872 1-Jul-2009 11:52
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We are on total home and previously had a 10G cap. Last month started paying an extra $10/month to move to a 20G cap.

So.......should we be able to move to unlimited for free?

Am I understanding this correctly




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  #229873 1-Jul-2009 11:53
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Shaping only peak times from 3pm through 10pm.

Normal Internet traffic will not be shapped at all - only large files and some types.

This plan will be available from 7th July.




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  #229875 1-Jul-2009 11:56
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Is this available to buisness (telecom) customers as well? or just for home (xtra) plans?

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  #229876 1-Jul-2009 11:57
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JimmyLizar: We are on total home and previously had a 10G cap. Last month started paying an extra $10/month to move to a 20G cap.

So.......should we be able to move to unlimited for free?

Am I understanding this correctly


Correct. You will be able to move to this new plan which will cost the same as you are paying now. Your connection will be ok for Internet browsing, emails, etc. It will be shaped on large downloads.





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  #229877 1-Jul-2009 11:57
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so does this mean people on go large get transferred over ?

 
 
 
 


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  #229878 1-Jul-2009 11:58
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when new plan is available? Can not find it on telecom's website yet :(




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  #229879 1-Jul-2009 11:58
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Shape works on a cache based rule. If you are the first one to download a large Apple update then you will be shapped. Once the file is cached, then it's full speed for everyone else.





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  #229881 1-Jul-2009 11:59
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kobiak: when new plan is available? Can not find it on telecom's website yet :(


Check my previous reply: 7th July.




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  #229882 1-Jul-2009 12:00
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Mauricio can you answer my previous question if you know the answer? "Is this available to buisness (telecom) customers as well? or just for home (xtra) plans? "

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  #229885 1-Jul-2009 12:02
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Thanks M.

I don't understand the pricing... how much will it cost in the end? I got that I should have telecom phone as well and then could switch to that new unlimited plan. is it correct?




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  #229886 1-Jul-2009 12:03
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mrtoken: so does this mean people on go large get transferred over ?


Go Large will be turned off. Users will be offered an option to move to other plans - including "Big Time".
"Big Time" is full speed up and down, Go Large is full speed down only.





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  #229887 1-Jul-2009 12:04
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oh no, good bye go large, youve served me well over the last few years :(.. Bigtime looks like a worthy successor though! :).. go large was limited to 3.5mbit down by the way

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  #229888 1-Jul-2009 12:05
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garvani: Mauricio can you answer my previous question if you know the answer? "Is this available to buisness (telecom) customers as well? or just for home (xtra) plans? "


This is residential only.




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