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#115928 12-Apr-2013 10:03
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This was asked in another thread but never was fully answered so instead of thread jacking (and i can't actually find the thread now Wink) ill ask here.

Is isky now zero rated on telstraclear adsl connections? I noticed a huge amount of data used on sunday, however i did download a few things as well as watch the NRL. The breakers are on tonight and i would love to watch it but are very close to my cap so i might have to take over the lounge, i can hear the groans from the other half already.

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  #798261 12-Apr-2013 10:08
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I'm sure someone from Vodafone will confirm but from Facebook:
The unmetered sites are currently the same as they were before depending on the type of connection you have. Former TelstraClear customers receive TV3, TV4, Trademe etc unmetered. Vodafone fixed line customers (excluding former TelstraClear customers) have iSKY unmetered. This is something that will be simplified as we bring our networks together. ^Dylan

So based on that iSKY is still metered for you. (For now, I'm sure they will consolidate over time)



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  #798263 12-Apr-2013 10:11
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ahh i see, not quite what i was hoping for but good to know regardless. What was said in the other thread was that cable was now unmetered but the vodafone rep was unsure of adsl and was going to get back to us.

 
 
 
 


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  #798273 12-Apr-2013 10:20
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isky is not zero rated yet still getting worked on

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  #798352 12-Apr-2013 12:30
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What unmetered TelstraClear sites are going to be eventually be unmetered for Vodafone customers (e.g. current TelstraClear unmetered sites)? Hard to find this info on the current TelstraClear site.

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  #798363 12-Apr-2013 13:17
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Hi all. As JohnR noted, this is all still being worked through. As soon as we have news we'll be letting you guys (and all customers) know. Cheers, Gary

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  #798372 12-Apr-2013 13:31
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r2b2: I'm sure someone from Vodafone will confirm but from Facebook:
The unmetered sites are currently the same as they were before depending on the type of connection you have. Former TelstraClear customers receive TV3, TV4, Trademe etc unmetered. Vodafone fixed line customers (excluding former TelstraClear customers) have iSKY unmetered. This is something that will be simplified as we bring our networks together. ^Dylan

So based on that iSKY is still metered for you. (For now, I'm sure they will consolidate over time)


That Dylan guy on Facebook is generally trustworthy. Well, my mum says so anyway. ;)

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  #798384 12-Apr-2013 13:55

garvani: This was asked in another thread but never was fully answered so instead of thread jacking (and i can't actually find the thread now Wink) ill ask here.

Is isky now zero rated on telstraclear adsl connections? I noticed a huge amount of data used on sunday, however i did download a few things as well as watch the NRL. The breakers are on tonight and i would love to watch it but are very close to my cap so i might have to take over the lounge, i can hear the groans from the other half already.


Bud - I just found this awesome phone number! 0800 438 448

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