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# 77105 11-Feb-2011 00:01
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After using up 3 months worth of free HD ticket for my T-Box.I was shocked to notice after the period, being charged for the next monthly cycle. I would had thought that the charge would stop then automatically run on SD content. I'd rather keep the $9.95 HD ticket charge to run my extra T-Box in my bedroom. Have managed to settle the issue with Telstraclear, but wonder if people knew that charges occur like this without authority.

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  # 438074 11-Feb-2011 00:36
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That's usually how these things work. They give it to you for free and hope you get used to it or forget and keep it after that.

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  # 438137 11-Feb-2011 08:53
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Please let me know if there are any billing irregularities and I can have them looked into.

Tim.

 
 
 
 


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  # 438140 11-Feb-2011 08:56
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Does Telstra not do the same deal as Sky; If you have a multiroom service you then get the HD ticket for free?



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# 439562 14-Feb-2011 23:15
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Hi Tim,
Have sorted some of the issue. But am a little confused after reading this fine print down below that states if you purchase an additional T-Box.

Note: When you have a Primary T-Box decoder and choose an Additional Digital or Additional T-Box Decoder, your HD Ticket will be free, if chosen.

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