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# 140980 25-Feb-2014 22:53
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I have just received a new VDSL modem for installation of Friday. That will leave me with two ADSL modems. Are they mine to dispose of?





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  # 994538 25-Feb-2014 23:03
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You can do with them what you like,

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  # 994610 26-Feb-2014 08:36
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freitasm: You have to contact Vodafone and gave these removed from your account as they are linked to it and any traffic someone else use later will be counted as yours.


You can remove these modem serial numbers from your online portal when you sign into your account via the Vodafone website.



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  # 994684 26-Feb-2014 09:49
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freitasm: Good to know. Whatever the method, remove it from your account before handing over to someone else.


That's good to know - thanks. I would never have known that!!





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  # 994693 26-Feb-2014 09:58
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One of them is actually BNIB - they sent me another when I switched to naked BB even though I said I did not need it.

I hope they pay very little for them because otherwise it must be wasting a fair bit to send new ones to people like that.





 
 
 
 


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  # 994696 26-Feb-2014 10:01
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freitasm: A few cases of people here saying they had high usage to find out later they had given the modems to someone else and being charged for their usage...


Does this only apply to Vodafone and/or VDSL?





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