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  Reply # 907837 4-Oct-2013 12:30
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Signing up is here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband/




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  Reply # 908002 4-Oct-2013 16:57
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I did actually post a heap of questions in the update to my other post, but have been having a problem of late where after clicking the submit button the site posts, but nothing turns up when I refresh the thread.

First of all, the link posted by MikeHales above, when you get down to the 'Choose your broadband' the 'important things to know' on the $99 plan goes to a 'reset password' link in the customer zone.

My questions are as follows (apologies if some of them sound a bit terse).

How does this new deal differ from what we InHome people already have (I am looking at said $99 plan). I already have most of the features, including the landline and said data allowance (the 130Mbs/150Gb).

I have a T-Box and already have 'Free' ability to save things to the hard drive - does this mean VF may charge for this in the future?

Is the HD ticket included in the price - currently I get the privilege of paying that.

Do we get a discount for not having the HomeHub WiFi device? I already have Wifi infrastructure in the home and don't need to have it provided again.

Is the pricing for the Sky channels the same on the new service as it is on the old TelstraClear InHome service? If not, what are the differences.

I have an on-account mobile - Can I get the $10 mobile discount considering I already pay for most of the above (at probably a higher rate). I looked at the Vodafone Red for mobile, but the option that is closed to what I have is $15/month more expensive, so I would need to see an equivilent saving on the TV/Landline/Internet/T-Box side of things to justify me changing anything

I assume that no-one from Vodafone is going to call me up (being that I am halfway through my current contract) and offer me to switch to any new plans that might save me money :)

Finally, the really big question for me. Will the T-Box that I have work with the Xbox One? (one has to try)





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