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  Reply # 752538 29-Jan-2013 11:57
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Overall I pay TCL $350 plus per month. Thats for phone, sky, extra boxes and channels, as well as the 100mbt. Its a hell of an amount of money and shopping around could save me about $100 per month with only minor loss over what have now.


I'd suggest you give TCL a call and see what offer they can give you... In my most recent deal review, I had a significant great deal...


 

I definitely second this - the retail store numbers for Welly are 049203950 or Christchurch 039826860 if you need to talk to someone in your area :)

You'll usually find at least small things can be done here and there to make it cheaper or better for you.

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  Reply # 752571 29-Jan-2013 12:18
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Already on the cheapest options for Warpspeed and Sky unless I change providers sadly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 752575 29-Jan-2013 12:21
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Quinny: Already on the cheapest options for Warpspeed and Sky unless I change providers sadly.

Including promotions too? Theres one we offer in retail stores at discounts recently

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  Reply # 752627 29-Jan-2013 13:26
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Quinny: Already on the cheapest options for Warpspeed and Sky unless I change providers sadly.


If you are paying full retail for Warpspeed then you are not on the cheapest option. Customer Retention (depending on how you have been a customer) can offer discounts sometimes.

The sad things is they cannot offer bigger plans - need to wait till the Vodafone mothership comes on board and sets directions.




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  Reply # 752633 29-Jan-2013 13:31
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Quinny: Already on the cheapest options for Warpspeed and Sky unless I change providers sadly.

Believe me... you are not... not unless you have talked to the Sales to see what they can offer you.

I was truly surprised and get a great deal, and I wasn't even looking to move away - I get great deal for being a long-time customer (since the days of Paradise.net)




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  Reply # 752689 29-Jan-2013 15:09
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Quinny: Already on the cheapest options for Warpspeed and Sky unless I change providers sadly.


If you PM me your TelstraClear account number or a contact phone number I may be able to have someone get in touch with you and see if you are eligible for any deals or offers we can do here in store.

 

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  Reply # 752750 29-Jan-2013 16:21
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Customer retention might be able to help with deals relating to ADSL or Cable+Sky but unlikely to help with cable only. Rung and been rung about it on multiple occasions. April... fingers crossed.




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