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Topic # 23788 8-Jul-2008 23:33
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Wanting to sign up with Vodafone but only have two options, 1 ) current deal with free internet/free connection 2) pay for the connection.

Is there another way to sign up to get a free connection (dont want to pay the $90), I dont want the free internet deal as in the long run it would work out more plus I dont want the toll package.

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  Reply # 145189 9-Jul-2008 05:02
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Might have to go with snap? :D

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  Reply # 145200 9-Jul-2008 07:38
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Are you sure the $90 is not a wiring charge if you have a mon house alarm and a tech has to come onsite to make changes


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  Reply # 146542 11-Jul-2008 02:26
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you get 2 options when you go to sign up - 1) no deals. 2) take up the 12 month contract with free internet until the end fo the year, no connection fee blah blah :)

Was wanting to go option 1 as I dont want the free internet thing as you have to sign up for a tolls package, but then it states a $90 connect fee as part of that option.

Ahwell a shame as FS/FS 20gb + phone for $90 a month is pretty good.

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  Reply # 146544 11-Jul-2008 02:41
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It's acutally $99 to connect

Ultimate pack$90A home phone line
20GB broadband plan (12 mth term)
Add Talk 0 for unlimited calls to one Vodafone NZ mobile number for $6 per month
Other calling bundles available to add to your plan
Broadband setup costs $99 (or $248 if wiring is required), and modem from $49 if required.
Vodafone terms and conditions apply

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