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  Reply # 268613 30-Oct-2009 16:08
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Ragnor: Playing devils advocate here...

Wouldn't you rather they got rid of the cost overhead of having people do those calls and put the saving into reducing their pricing?

People on the wrong plan could harden up and take personal responsibility for knowing how much they use and whether they are on the best plan for their usage.

Foot in mouth


Im with you on this one.





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  Reply # 268624 30-Oct-2009 16:52
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MackinNZ: Pity TelstraClear can't supply a good, reliable business ADSL service that isn't plagued with intermittent outages.  Then good service like is mentiond here would mean more.



MackinNZ: I work for TelstraClear. We would be very interested in hearing from in regard to the issues you have had. We strive to provide an excellent business xDSL service. If this has not happened, we really want to know, so that we can fix any problems.


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