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# 14092 14-Jun-2007 13:16
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You guys have taken a monthly cost (with TNZ) of NZ$40-60 and made it under NZ$3.

You guys absolutely rock my world.

Thank you very much.

One thing, does a bill with 2 calls on it really need to be 3+ pages? ;)

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  # 74665 14-Jun-2007 13:53
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Yes they do, you can request a PDF e-mail of 3 pagesSmile

Well, from next month it will be $15 because they will start charging $11.75 "line" rental.  But still excelent!

You can never have enough Volvos!


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  # 74669 14-Jun-2007 14:09
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Hmm, I'll go look for that on their website then.  :) 

I still wish it were smaller, I'm going to have to print it out at the end of the year, so there's no net savings in paper.


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  # 74691 14-Jun-2007 16:45
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Lots of documents and form hidden under "About Us".

There has been a number of suggestions for real time call log and a few other similar things, hope they will see the need/use of getting an on-line statement by specifying a date range similar to what you can do with internet banking.

You can always specify the printout to be reduced to 4 pages per page and/or print only every second page (every other second page is of no use, it is payment instructions).

A way of simplifying this is to get the freeware PrimoPDF which installs a virtual PDF printer driver.  With it if you specify an existing PDF as the output file, then it will ask you if you want to append the file.  So you can create a new PDF with only the pages that needs to be printed.  Then you take this new PDF and print it reduced to 4 pages per page.  Sounds complicated, but actually very easy.  Even better if like me you have a duplexing laser printer at work which can print both sides of the page so you need only 4 pages to print a year's invoices.

But yes, there is a lot of wasted space on the invoice...  Maybe they should move some of that stuff to a flyer that gets sent out only with the first invoice or every 3 months or something.

You can never have enough Volvos!

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