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adventdesigns

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#17562 1-Dec-2007 16:06
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Ok so I'm a little confused with this so ill explain what has to be done and I need opinion on how I should go about it.

I'm moving house on the 17th of Dec, I currently have telecom landline and xnet connection at this address, these need to stay connected at this address untill the 31st, I need to have phone and internet connection at my new address on the 17th but would rather not have to use a different username with xnet as I have some credit coming in the next month or two. Also do I get the telecom landline connected or will ndsl prices be coming out before that time? should I wait?

Any how, your advice is welcomed as I'm not quite sure how to go about this change because of the overlap, thanks.

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kfella2000
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  #97804 1-Dec-2007 16:48
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I would suggest you wait as Paul Clarkin and Phil have said in another thread that comcoms final determination will be coming out in early December which can be anytime now and shortly after that they will put naked bitstream prices up on their website along with their VFX phone service.

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  #97805 1-Dec-2007 17:04
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adventdesigns: ...I'm moving house on the 17th of Dec, I currently have telecom landline and xnet connection at this address, these need to stay connected at this address untill the 31st, I need to have phone and internet connection at my new address on the 17th...Any how, your advice is welcomed as I'm not quite sure how to go about this change because of the overlap, thanks.

It is going to be tricky to arrange this because of the overlap.

I would suggest you use a Mobile Broadband Data Card for the intervening 2 weeks.  It will be the easiest way around it I think.

adventdesigns

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  #97827 1-Dec-2007 21:33
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Heres a question, I have another xnet account that I use at work, we will be on holiday in that period so the account wont be being used, do you think its possible that xnet will let me connect my new line to adsl and use my work login at my current place until the end of the month? yes, no, maybe?



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  #97830 1-Dec-2007 21:46
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Hmmm... in that case maybe it is possible but you would be best to ask Xnet about this directly.

Call their Tech Support on 0800 14 9638 between 10am and 4pm tomorrow or between 8am and 8pm on a weekday.

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