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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 23418 28-Jun-2008 21:39
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Could someone please refer me to the xnet page which shows how much I would be charged if I have broadband with them.  I've had a look on their site but I just can't see the pricing.  Thanks!

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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 141119 28-Jun-2008 22:08
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see here  Select your speed and then customise your usage.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 141120 28-Jun-2008 22:14
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Yes that's it!  Thanks heaps.  But how did you find a link to it?  Did I miss something?


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  Reply # 141123 28-Jun-2008 22:33
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Go to the HSI info page, then click on either "HSO Pay Per Meg" or on "HSI Torrent".  Before there was no Torrent plan, so it was easy to get to the pricing plan.  But I think they should now make it clear that you need to click on one of the 2 to get to the pricing page.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 141150 29-Jun-2008 08:12
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Thanks, actually the links work with Firefox but not with IE7.

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  Reply # 141157 29-Jun-2008 09:18
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you're right, the page isn't formated correctly when loaded with IE7...

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Master Geek

  Reply # 141220 29-Jun-2008 14:01
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seems the link does work over the text, but the cursor doesnt indicate it.

another good reason to not use IE if you ask me.... viva los firefox 3!

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