OmniouS: I have just been switched over
OmniouS: I was on Adventure 20GB $59.95
JimmyLizar:OmniouS: I was on Adventure 20GB $59.95
Same here but it was part of the Total Home package for me.
I am puzzled as to why you could see the Big Time option in the plan chnage form but I couldn't....weird
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Screeb: I wonder why they don't offer a second tier version, priced at say $100, which would give better speeds (ie a bigger bandwidth pool). I'm sure there would be plenty of people willing to pay that much.
That's promising something... they got spanked over go large cuz the advertising said it would be fast :P
A number of people have mentioned trialling it and then possibly reverting back to the their old plans. Are Telecom not going to give the usual 12/24 month signup conditions? It would be nice if you could switch as and when you liked, as I could definitely do with unlimited downloads during August. I'm currently on the Total Home plan with a 20GB limit and hit the cap most months.
If you’re an existing Telecom Broadband customer you can change plans and won't be placed into a contract. So you can go from the 20GB TH plan to Big Time with TH. Telecom also allow you to change to Big Time from a standard plan and back again within the same month (i.e. 2 plan changes, where as all other plans have a limit of 1 change per billing cycle / month).