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#52257 3-Dec-2009 09:47
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Last night, around 10pm, I completed the Telecom online broadband plan change form.

Changing from adventure to big time.

Received a confirmation email this morning at 8am confirming that that had received my request to change, and the change would be effective within 2 business days.


Getting to the point, from previous users experience, when is it likely that my plan will change, does it take the full 2 days, is it an overnight change?. I still have 3gb of data available on my adventure plan but dont want to be stuck with dialup speeds if I use this and it does take the full 2 business days!

Cheers.

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  #278961 3-Dec-2009 10:09
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it would be very rare for it to take the full 2 days, its just because there's a remote chance it could take 2 days the messaging says that.

If you want to DM me your line number and I can check on the order and tell you exactly when it will change.




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