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  #794954 8-Apr-2013 12:49
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Shoes2468:
Bowering:
TinyTim: No one has answered this:

TinyTim: Have the old Cable+phone (no TV) bundles gone now?



So I assume the answer is they have gone.

Telecom's been knocking on doors on our street, and their nearest standard plan to what we have now (phone+internet) would cost $11 per month less for a 50% higher data cap. Or for $1 less, 5x the data.

Looks very tempting!


Hi TinyTim. They're here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/internet/high-speed-cable-network/broadband-tv-bundles/

Cheers, Gary


Am I missing something? This link only has with TV packages, what we are looking for is the Cable internet and home phone package only?


it's all here on the Vodafone NZ site

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/internet/



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  #794963 8-Apr-2013 13:09
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johnr:
Shoes2468:
Bowering:
TinyTim: No one has answered this:

TinyTim: Have the old Cable+phone (no TV) bundles gone now?



So I assume the answer is they have gone.

Telecom's been knocking on doors on our street, and their nearest standard plan to what we have now (phone+internet) would cost $11 per month less for a 50% higher data cap. Or for $1 less, 5x the data.

Looks very tempting!


Hi TinyTim. They're here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/internet/high-speed-cable-network/broadband-tv-bundles/

Cheers, Gary


Am I missing something? This link only has with TV packages, what we are looking for is the Cable internet and home phone package only?


it's all here on the Vodafone NZ site

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/internet/


The poster has seen these John.  The only options for cable are naked (no phone) or phone+TV+BB.  They are looking for a package that has home phone+cable BB (No TV).  There does not seem to be any such cable package on the website?

 
 
 
 


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  #795134 8-Apr-2013 16:59
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Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary

ajw

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  #795140 8-Apr-2013 17:06
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Bowering: Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary


Does that also include zero usage of data on TV3 and trademe.

Thanks.

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  #795143 8-Apr-2013 17:12
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There are no changes to the unmetered sites, so yes.

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  #795144 8-Apr-2013 17:13
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Bowering: There are no changes to the unmetered sites, so yes.


Thanks.

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  #795166 8-Apr-2013 18:27
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Is iSky still metered - or will this be unmetered too?

 
 
 
 


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  #795172 8-Apr-2013 19:01
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Bowering: Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary


Many thanks!




 

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  #795173 8-Apr-2013 19:02
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Skillie: Is iSky still metered - or will this be unmetered too?


Hi there

The information around unmetered sites is a little complicated at the moment.

Former TelstraClear ADSL and InHome Cable connections have TV3 etc unmetered.

Vodafone ADSL connections have iSKY unmetered.

There will be a number of changes as we bring our networks together, we'll have more info soon.

Cheers

Dylan

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  #795450 9-Apr-2013 10:45
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Bowering: Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary


Thanks Gary!

Do we have any pricing available for international calls or add ons (ie, national calling for $x per month?)

Thanks
Josh

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  #797009 10-Apr-2013 10:26
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GiantSeaPanda:
Bowering: Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary


Thanks Gary!

Do we have any pricing available for international calls or add ons (ie, national calling for $x per month?)

Thanks
Josh


Hi Josh. You're best to call the team and discuss the options so we can see what options work best for your needs.

Cheers, Gary

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  #797034 10-Apr-2013 11:23
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Bowering: Hi all - there are cable phone and BB packages available. We're updating a few links on the site to make them show properly. In the meantime, here's the info. As alway - best advice is to call and talk to one of the team about your needs.

Phone with Big back Yard and broadband:

40GB for $75.90
60GB for $85.90
100GB for $115.90 (100/10Mbps)
150GB for $125.90 (100/10Mbps)

Cheers, Gary


Thanks for this

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#797200 10-Apr-2013 15:09
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Gosh, Getting locked in to a 12 month contract is a bit of a joke. Been with Telstra for about 7 years with no plans to change until now. I'd be happy to stay on without it and did't plan to leave, but being locked in with the $200 disconnection fee is seriously making me consider jumping ship =/

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  #797202 10-Apr-2013 15:15
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the address checker for the cable network, it thinks we can get cable but we can't since our subdivision was built after they stopped building the network.





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  #797213 10-Apr-2013 15:42
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Zanerkin: Gosh, Getting locked in to a 12 month contract is a bit of a joke. Been with Telstra for about 7 years with no plans to change until now. I'd be happy to stay on without it and did't plan to leave, but being locked in with the $200 disconnection fee is seriously making me consider jumping ship =/

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