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Topic # 115683 3-Apr-2013 14:05
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Hi all. I am within 2 months of my years contract with TC ending.
I must say that the $75/month 40G+phone has been a good experience in every respect.
Am disappointed due to previous bad experiences with Vodafone that they have taken over TC now, but it seems for the meantime that TC support staff are still with a job. They indicate to me that its likely that the old TC contract can be re-negotiated.

Especially in view of Orcons latest offering, and others such as:
whoosh/flip/slingshot/Snap/
http://www.fyx.co.nz/ $55.30 with phone line + .33c/Gb
http://www.worldnet.co.nz/personal/landlinepack/

it looks like there are many more deals around this year than last.

Perhaps others who are ending their TC contract can report on this thread as to their decision and experience with their new contract, or continuance of TC/Vodafone?
Cheers,
Al.




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  Reply # 792368 3-Apr-2013 14:07
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Have you looked around their newly released cable broadband plans yet (if you are on cable)?

There are at least two discussions about the new prices around the forum now.






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  Reply # 792389 3-Apr-2013 14:18
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freitasm: Have you looked around their newly released cable broadband plans yet (if you are on cable)?

There are at least two discussions about the new prices around the forum now.


Oh, perhaps my topic should be moved? I put it there as it is not just for TC.
No cable at Waihi Beach (here)

BTW Thanks for help on Profile/Edit/Timezone
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