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Wannabe Geek


# 40682 1-Sep-2009 23:13
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I have a question regarding the terms and conditions of the new Telecom deal which includes a free wireless modem, free 1 month broadband and free standard connection. Does this only appy to Telecom users who have NEVER signed up for broadband before? I signed up for Go Large more than a year ago but I never took the advantage of any deals. If I change to something like BigTime right now would I still be eligible for the offer? How about if I cancel my plan and then sign up again? Can someone please clarify this? (I thought the main reason of the promotion was for people to stay with Telecom for at least 12 months)

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  # 252437 2-Sep-2009 00:45
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"Only available to "New Telecom Broadband customers" on a residential broadband plan. Offers exclude Total Home packages and Business Broadband plans. A new Telecom Broadband customer is a residential or home based customer that hasn't had a Telecom Broadband connection on the line they wish to connect to Telecom Broadband in the last 30 days"


from http://www.telecom.co.nz/broadband/offerterms

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