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# 21961 12-May-2008 11:12
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so..

fusion costs $70 month and gives FLS up/down BB plus a voip line

hsi fls up/down costs $50/month nd comes with a free digital line

isn't the second option the same as the first but cheaper?

huh?




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  # 130189 12-May-2008 11:39
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add the Telecom Line charge on the HSI plan then compare Ben ... Wink




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  # 130190 12-May-2008 11:42
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but with naked dsl there should be a telecom line charge... should there???????




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  # 130197 12-May-2008 12:29
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Hi Ben,

With naked DSL there are no telecom line changes, telecom for the customer effectivley no longer supplying services.

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  # 130199 12-May-2008 12:32
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so maverick i still don't understand - what is the differnce between fusion and hsi with a free vfx line (and no telecom line)

???????

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  # 130212 12-May-2008 12:56
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Hello Benkepes,

HSI plans Stream/River and Flood all require you to have a standard Telecom supplied landline in order to provision. The Fusion service does not require a landline in order to be provisioned. This means under Fusion you will have no billing relationship with Telecom.




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  # 130218 12-May-2008 13:40
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a ha - now that makes perfect sense

i'm a starter!




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  # 130222 12-May-2008 13:52
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I think that the confusion may lie in folks thinking that we can buy a wholesale DSL line for the same price as a naked DSL line. In the perfect world that would be true. The reality is that the regulated price for stand alone NDSL is much higher for a DSL service that must be associated with a phone line. The difference is price reflects the increased cost.

The DSL line with VFX as an add on will have a ~ $45 phone line charge that must be factored into the overall cost. Naked DSL does not. The basic phone line charge covers dial tone and the ability to make and receive phone calls. If there are any Value adds such as CLI, voice mail etc. The price goes up.

Xnet Fusion offers all of those in a single bundle and if the access cost was not so high, the over all price of Fusion would be lower. Most subscribers are finding that they are saving money, have more control over their services and have more services.

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