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  Reply # 782747 16-Mar-2013 19:03
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Wonder if they'll do the same as ANZ when they took over National Bank with the same type of TV advertizing..??




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  Reply # 782981 17-Mar-2013 16:07
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phantomdb: heres hoping the cable plans will then match the dsl plans, i mean at the end of the day its only data who cares how its delivered.
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I sure hope not! I pay $54.95 for naked cable at the moment, the cheapest I can see on the Vodafone website is $85 without an "On Account mobile calling plan" whatever that is.


I hope I am not double answering here but what that is is that you can get 50 GB of naked broadband for $85 but if you have a mobile phone with Vodafone on a post paid plan you can get $30 off the naked dsl plans

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  Reply # 783024 17-Mar-2013 17:05
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I have now locked the TelstraClear forum. We can all reply to existing unlocked discussions in this subforum but no new topic can be created.

New topics should now be created in the Vodafone forum.

I've created a topic for this change.




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  Reply # 783457 18-Mar-2013 14:05
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kfella2000: ...if you have a mobile phone with Vodafone on a post paid plan you can get $30 off the naked dsl plans


And the cheapest 'post paid' plan is $30 per month?

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  Reply # 788538 28-Mar-2013 12:44
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  Reply # 788849 28-Mar-2013 17:44
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kfella2000: ...if you have a mobile phone with Vodafone on a post paid plan you can get $30 off the naked dsl plans


And the cheapest 'post paid' plan is $30 per month?


Yes it is. I see your point now it is $85 with a mobile phone on their cheapest postpaid plan or with no mobile phone at all

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  Reply # 789338 29-Mar-2013 18:29
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Finally got to the end of the our 1 year period with Telstraclear and their $75 a month ADSL plan. It has been extremely average at best, with their over subscription and weird international web issues present throughout.

We were with Vodafone originally and found that service great, just costly at the time. So it is with amusement that when we leave Telstraclear, it's actually now Vodafone. The latest Truenet results were typically poor from Telstraclear ADSL, but also Vodafone was poor also, so we're not risking going to them, just in case we technically get Telstraclear again!

We've signed with Telecom now, and so far the communication has been great. Recently signed both sets of parents/inlaws to Telecom and everyone happy thus far.

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  Reply # 789346 29-Mar-2013 18:55
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Anyone else by chance notice their IP no longer resolves to anything? unless its just me

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  Reply # 789447 29-Mar-2013 22:17
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Normally if on telstraclear you would have an IP address of xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.telstraclear.net

Noticed today its not the case

Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.0.1

*** UnKnown can't find 121.75.34.158: Non-existent domain
(thats not my current ip address btw)

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  Reply # 789516 30-Mar-2013 08:35
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kfella2000: ...if you have a mobile phone with Vodafone on a post paid plan you can get $30 off the naked dsl plans


And the cheapest 'post paid' plan is $30 per month?




But Voda allow you to use your employers mobile number if you want. 
When you sign up, you add the mobile number, they send it a txt, you put the validation code in to the site
discount applied.






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  Reply # 789519 30-Mar-2013 09:01
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DjShadow: Normally if on telstraclear you would have an IP address of xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.telstraclear.net

Noticed today its not the case

Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.0.1

*** UnKnown can't find 121.75.34.158: Non-existent domain
(thats not my current ip address btw)


How did you establish that? I do a WHOIS on my IP and get 203-97-yyy-xxx.cable.telstraclear.net as expected. Try entering your IP address here.




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  Reply # 789537 30-Mar-2013 09:52
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That was just using the nslookup command in win 7 which will be querying the TCL dns servers

The web link just provides this:

121.75.34.158 - Geo Information
IP Address 121.75.34.158
Host 121.75.34.158
Location NZ, New Zealand
City Hamilton, G1 -
Organization TelstraClear Ltd

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  Reply # 789830 31-Mar-2013 08:41
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JonnyCam:
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kfella2000: ...if you have a mobile phone with Vodafone on a post paid plan you can get $30 off the naked dsl plans


And the cheapest 'post paid' plan is $30 per month?




But Voda allow you to use your employers mobile number if you want. 
When you sign up, you add the mobile number, they send it a txt, you put the validation code in to the site
discount applied.


Good to know, thanks. There are plenty of Vodafone mobiles at work (I don't have/want one), the 'owners' of which probably not with Vodafone for their BB.

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  Reply # 790210 1-Apr-2013 14:50
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Well the call centre (0508 888 800) now brand themselves as Vodafone, website hasn't changed yet

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