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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 85302 16-Jun-2011 20:34
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Is there a way to find out when your current plan expires? Asides from bugging a CSR to find out.
My current contract is due to expire over the next week and with the CHCH quake etc thought there may be a way to do so through yourtelecom or similar.


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  Reply # 482033 16-Jun-2011 21:07
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they offer upgrades a couple of months before your contract expires, so if you are within that timeframe you can just get your upgrade now anyway.

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  Reply # 482054 16-Jun-2011 22:21
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  Reply # 482291 17-Jun-2011 17:36
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Thanks for the replies, wound up just ringing up to find out, basically wanting to join a different network, which I wound up doing.

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