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Master Geek
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Topic # 65683 5-Aug-2010 18:28
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Hey guys, Currently I'm on the older TC plan, which is Max DL/128kb/s UL and 10GB pack, and with phone line, and all that taken together comes to around $115-125 depending on the amount on toll calls each month.

Today I had a look on their site, and seen they have new, different packages.

For $95 it says you get:
Phoneline
Max speed Broadband
Unlimited National Calls

And 10Gb is and extra $15.

So a total of $110 for that package, which gets us better speed internet, and unlimited toll calls around NZ.

Am I missing some hidden costs? Or will it come to a total of $110 each month?

Thanks

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Jax

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 363832 5-Aug-2010 19:05
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I am in exactly the same boat and have booked the upgrade.
My reason other than cost is that the capped upload speed is actually throttling my download speed.
They said no contract for this



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  Reply # 363838 5-Aug-2010 19:12
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Yeah thats the reason i want it too. its capped at 4mb/s i think, but with this it may reach like 6-8mb/s.

So do you know if that is the total price each month?

Jax

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 363841 5-Aug-2010 19:17
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I believe so - not sure about the tolls though as we dont make many calls..



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 363862 5-Aug-2010 19:59
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god, it really is a good deal then, might give them a call and swap over tomorrow.

Cheers mate

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