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Topic # 113692 24-Jan-2013 17:01
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Is there a way that I can merge my mobile account with my landline + broadband account so that I'm billed once for everything?

I could be wrong but (I think it was on Geekzone) someone posted a screen grab of their VF online account and they had their landline, mobile, etc all listed.

Thanks.





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  Reply # 750334 24-Jan-2013 17:30
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Nope not possible yet

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  Reply # 750365 24-Jan-2013 18:27
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I think you can do it with CallPlus or Telecom




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 751400 27-Jan-2013 08:13
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Why is this taking so long for Vodafone? It's years since they bought ihug and they are still using two completely incompatible billing systems.

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  Reply # 751401 27-Jan-2013 08:19
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sbowness: Why is this taking so long for Vodafone? It's years since they bought ihug and they are still using two completely incompatible billing systems.


I know it's quite annoying, we have 2 mobiles on account (3rd on prepay) and broadband/home phone so that's 3 seperate bills each month.

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  Reply # 751402 27-Jan-2013 08:52
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Join the 2 mobiles onto one account that will bring it down to 2 bills

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  Reply # 751403 27-Jan-2013 08:53
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sbowness: Why is this taking so long for Vodafone? It's years since they bought ihug and they are still using two completely incompatible billing systems.


How many billing systems have you built / upgraded / merged?

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  Reply # 751412 27-Jan-2013 09:26
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sbowness: Why is this taking so long for Vodafone? It's years since they bought ihug and they are still using two completely incompatible billing systems.


How many billing systems have you built / upgraded / merged?


That's beside the point. I'm not a major telecommunications company with billions of dollars in resources. I'm a customer who believes that it should not take this long to provide something that competitors have provided for years.

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  Reply # 751414 27-Jan-2013 09:29
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It's not going to happen anytime soon, It's a major project when it happens and could take years



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  Reply # 751435 27-Jan-2013 10:51
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Thanks for the replies all!





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  Reply # 751437 27-Jan-2013 10:52
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Don't forget they have TelstraClear's billing to merge into the mix also at some point

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  Reply # 751440 27-Jan-2013 11:05
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DjShadow: Don't forget they have TelstraClear's billing to merge into the mix also at some point


Sure do

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