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Topic # 89008 24-Aug-2011 20:20
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hey guys, heard somewhere from someone who i cannot remember, that telecom are doing double data on their total home packs... is this true? and if so, when is it happening?   cheers !




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  Reply # 511460 24-Aug-2011 20:25
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It will appear on your next billing cycle (this month) :)

If you are on any of the Totalhome Packs, you don't have to do anything, the double-up will automagically apply. Log into Your Telecom to check your new cap once this happens.




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  Reply # 511507 24-Aug-2011 21:43
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damn you sound like you work for telecom murfy :P cough




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  Reply # 511516 24-Aug-2011 22:03
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https://www.telecom.co.nz/moredata

lol double data???

but Total Home Broadband not double.. just extra 20GB
if double shouldn't that be 40GB become 80GB..



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  Reply # 511518 24-Aug-2011 22:06
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michaelmurfy: It will appear on your next billing cycle (this month) :)

If you are on any of the Totalhome Packs, you don't have to do anything, the double-up will automagically apply. Log into Your Telecom to check your new cap once this happens.


brilliant !! thanks so much, now i can picture x2 as long on modern warfare 3, BF3 over xmas :) now to live through the next 3 months @ uni on blocked net... (no gaming)




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  Reply # 513150 28-Aug-2011 18:54
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My folks weren't on any Total Home thing, but they're being changed over to it. We had a separate internet 20G account thing, and i got a letter saying it was going to be doubled, but they were going to put up the internet charges $5.

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  Reply # 513153 28-Aug-2011 18:59
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da5id: My folks weren't on any Total Home thing, but they're being changed over to it. We had a separate internet 20G account thing, and i got a letter saying it was going to be doubled, but they were going to put up the internet charges $5.


That's because your folks are on a older plan.
The doubling only applies to the Total Home set of plans (the ones you can get now)  




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  Reply # 516536 4-Sep-2011 18:31
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Yes not exactly double data. I'm on the 80GB plan and only get an extra 20GB.=100GB

Still, Beggars can't be choosers on telecom though eh.

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