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Topic # 25419 20-Aug-2008 19:44
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I'm on the Red Network and lovin it, the plan is $90 and comes with 20GB fs/fs internet and home phone line.

Is it possible to use Home Phone Wireless instead of the wired service?

I'd much rather use the Wireless Home Phone line and just have my internet on naked DSL!!!

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  Reply # 158459 20-Aug-2008 19:58
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If you switch over to Home phone wireless your line should be in service and should be able to have Naked DSL over it.

Many Naked DSL plans are around $70-80, so wouldn't that really just counter the savings with Home phone wireless?




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  Reply # 158461 20-Aug-2008 20:02
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What i wanted was to be able to have Home Phone Wireless instead on my landline while still on the same Vodafone Red Network plan of $90 per month.


At the moment, as far as i know, Vodafone don't offer naked DSL.

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  Reply # 158462 20-Aug-2008 20:05
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Nah - Vodafone only have the Red network packages as a whole.

They'll probably push their home phone wireless local/national packs with 1GB and 3GB 3G Broadband on them.

I'd rather stay with Ultimate pack - it's incredible value really.




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