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  Reply # 1056061 29-May-2014 16:29
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You guys miss the line above where NikT of Vodafone said "But if you do take the router, it is yours to keep (unlike the modem), so you can sell it, keep it as a spare, use it as a doorstop, et cetera"





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  Reply # 1056076 29-May-2014 16:31

Yep, router is all yours, cable modems & set-top boxes remain ours & are recovered at the conclusion of service. They're not a lot of use to anyone else, anyway! :)




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  Reply # 1056318 29-May-2014 23:22
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NikT: Yep, router is all yours, cable modems & set-top boxes remain ours & are recovered at the conclusion of service. They're not a lot of use to anyone else, anyway! :)


I was going to use mine to start up a rival cable company - don't need any other equipment right? ;)



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  Reply # 1062588 10-Jun-2014 14:07
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Have just had the cable installed this arvo, still have the slingshot ADSL connection live until the end of billing cycle - will be good to move all ported services across (GPS trackers, websites etc)

Very impressed :)


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