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lchiu7

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#21898 10-May-2008 13:23
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As asked above - do they still do this?

Would have thought they would be keen to migrate folks off analogue to free up channels for Internet or whatever




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  #129894 10-May-2008 17:21
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TelstraClear: Existing TV customers wishing to upgrade to Digital TV pay a one time upgrade fee of $99 plus an additional $5 per month on their existing TV Package.


I think this is the answer. Found it on a random TC plan page.

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  #129895 10-May-2008 17:27
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You were able to get around this originally by disconnecting and starting up a new digital connection for a 2 yr contract...  i did this disconnected on one day and re-connected the next.




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  #129927 10-May-2008 19:34
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davidcole: You were able to get around this originally by disconnecting and starting up a new digital connection for a 2 yr contract...  i did this disconnected on one day and re-connected the next.


That's a good idea. Will try that. Thanks




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  #129928 10-May-2008 19:42
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davidcole: You were able to get around this originally by disconnecting and starting up a new digital connection for a 2 yr contract... i did this disconnected on one day and re-connected the next.


But does it still cost $5 more per month?

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  #129987 11-May-2008 08:28
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Screeb:
davidcole: You were able to get around this originally by disconnecting and starting up a new digital connection for a 2 yr contract... i did this disconnected on one day and re-connected the next.


But does it still cost $5 more per month?


Sure does, but the upgrade from Analogue to Digital is well worth the extra $5.  TCL's billing system is kinda wonky though since I never subscribed to Analogue and went straight to digital, yet my bill says "TV+Digital Upgrade" in two line items.




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  #130002 11-May-2008 11:08
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Somebody told me a while back that the TCL store in Wgtn was going free upgrades at one stage if you signed up in there. I have no idea if this is still happening or whether it was just some sort of promo but it wouldn't hurt to pop in and ask them!

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