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  Reply # 723387 27-Nov-2012 08:32
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kyhwana2:Oop, just called up, got told that the sales person would have to check with their manager, since that fusion plan "comes with VFX" even though I didn't want it setup <.<

Getting a call back tomorrow, apparently.



That callback should confirm it's ok to not setup the VFX side of things,  it will still be part of the plan and you'll be able to set it up at a later date if you want to. 

PM me if you have any problems. 







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  Reply # 723400 27-Nov-2012 08:52
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Cameronn:

Yes there is no contract on these plans, if you are currently on a contract with us you can switch to these plans and keep the existing contract (if you've done 6 months of a 12 month contract, you'll still only have 6 months left).




Does this go for new fibre connections too?

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  Reply # 723403 27-Nov-2012 09:01
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steve98:
Cameronn:

Yes there is no contract on these plans, if you are currently on a contract with us you can switch to these plans and keep the existing contract (if you've done 6 months of a 12 month contract, you'll still only have 6 months left).




Does this go for new fibre connections too?


Yes this applies to new fibre connections, no contract on the new plans and if you're on a current contract you're allowed to change without any penalty as per the above.   









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Reply # 723407 27-Nov-2012 09:06
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Were good like that Wink




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

https://www.facebook.com/wxccommunications

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  Reply # 723440 27-Nov-2012 09:41
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Just spoke to Luke, very helpfull and easy to deal with. All set to change on the first. Thanks mate

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  Reply # 723441 27-Nov-2012 09:43
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Thanks for the feedback ... Luke is pretty sharp




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

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  Reply # 723546 27-Nov-2012 11:53
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same old question, 64kbps or not allowed using anything after over data cap?

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  Reply # 723598 27-Nov-2012 13:07
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Wow, that was easy. I switched over the Fusion 40 plan, since I usually use ~20-30GB a month at the moment.

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  Reply # 723619 27-Nov-2012 13:32
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fyscdaniel: same old question, 64kbps or not allowed using anything after over data cap?


Once capped you are locked to Xnet sites/Services only, it's not speed restricted to 64k/64k.  You can however change the datacap via the Xport portal to continue using the service without any browsing restrictions. 









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  Reply # 723630 27-Nov-2012 14:05
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Cameronn:
Once capped you are locked to Xnet sites/Services only, it's not speed restricted to 64k/64k.  You can however change the datacap via the Xport portal to continue using the service without any browsing restrictions.


I appreciate this is going OT, but to satisfy curiosity, can you access anything that is normally considered local traffic, or just the Xport portal to allow management?

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  Reply # 723661 27-Nov-2012 14:50
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RunningMan: I appreciate this is going OT, but to satisfy curiosity, can you access anything that is normally considered local traffic, or just the Xport portal to allow management?


I'll have to take a look at this and come back to you.  Fairly certain you can access Xnet email & DNS servers,  I think there is other local content which works but I'll need to confirm. 







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  Reply # 723680 27-Nov-2012 15:17
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i have shifted to BOF05 Plan now but it looks like thete is mo option that i can set up any data cap?

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  Reply # 723966 28-Nov-2012 08:01
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fyscdaniel: i have shifted to BOF05 Plan now but it looks like thete is mo option that i can set up any data cap?


Hi had an issue with that yesterday, should now be resolved - please advise if you are still experiencing problems. 







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  Reply # 723974 28-Nov-2012 08:07
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RunningMan: I appreciate this is going OT, but to satisfy curiosity, can you access anything that is normally considered local traffic, or just the Xport portal to allow management?


I've had a bit of a look at this,  you can access anything which is local/non-rated data.  This means you can access Isky.co.nz, Xnet Email, Xnet VFX services, mirror.xnet.co.nz, you should even be able to access Gameplanet gaming servers (assuming your game client doesn't have to connect to anything else). 

Anything which isn't non-rated will direct you to the you've gone over your datacap page. 







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  Reply # 724146 28-Nov-2012 12:39
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Ragnor: Good to finally see price changes for the BOF users!

Unfortunately for ADSL2+ none of the plans are competitive enough... For the price of Fusion 60 you can currently get 150GB on Telecom (create your own, no additional calling plan, $10 loyalty discount off the $99 list price) or on Snap you can create a 120GB plan for $90... basically not compelling enough for anyone who uses more than 60GB/month.



Well done, Xnet! Now your price is not shameful, just bad. 

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