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# 20839 7-Apr-2008 15:41
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How long does it generally take from application submitting to fusion connection?

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# 121889 7-Apr-2008 20:45

Is there any reason why you are going to xNet over other ISP's ?
Because every month (since they released the Fusion plan) they have massive speed issues, that they still have not resolved or even acknowledged.

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  # 121909 7-Apr-2008 21:25
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...because he is already an XNet customer and simply wants to change to NDSL.

For me the whole process took a week plus a couple of days to complete the number port.  During that time my Telecom number was customer linked and there was only a couple of hours of outage.




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  # 121922 7-Apr-2008 22:01
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Cheers Niel (looking at getting it myself)

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  # 121924 7-Apr-2008 22:06
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Oh, and the Wednesday of that week was a statutory holiday, if I remember correctly.




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  # 121936 7-Apr-2008 22:37
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I was one of the first to get it. I applied for it on the 7th of January. Was told it could take up to 10 days then in the afternoon of the same day had a phone call from them telling me it would be done on Wednesday the 9th which it was and my outage was only about 20 minutes. Mind you I did relinquish my landline number and kept to my VFX number. I certainly dont regret the move as I am saving $20 - $25 month and call quality is as good as old landline phone



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  # 121940 7-Apr-2008 22:48
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It's kinda funny coz i'm not to concerned with saving money, in our flat, we just really HATE telecom.
Talked to some people overseas who are on 50Mb down, 5Mb up and never heard of a capp. Telecom SUCK!!!!!

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