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#26499 24-Sep-2008 17:15
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Ok, so I got the email with my login details but I do not like there plans.


About 5months ago I moved from plan to prepay as I found myself not making many calls.
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I was looking forward to B&W as I am hadup with telecom but dissapointed when finding out they only have plans starting from $60 a month.

Atm I am using $25 a month on prepay and $60 would be a waste of time.

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  #166841 24-Sep-2008 18:59
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I have to say this doesn't surprise me, in all fairness their earning potential from a $25/month account is not that great.


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  #166844 24-Sep-2008 19:06
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At $60 / month.  That will kill it for most pepole ..




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  #166850 24-Sep-2008 19:22
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I think the people paying under $60pm would be the ones most likely to make a network switch.
They probably have something else in store for launch.

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  #166853 24-Sep-2008 19:26
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Maybe they want higher usage users who are after the whole deal (value added services etc) rather than thousands of texters who will change off them again next week to the next network to offer cheap texting??

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  #166856 24-Sep-2008 19:28
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still waiting for my email Frown


im on a $30/month plan with total monthly average around 100.00 so hopefully i can find the plans useful




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  #166857 24-Sep-2008 19:32
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I was called today but no email from them yet, is there a page with the plans on them?




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  #166859 24-Sep-2008 19:38
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Sometime 2 - 4 days after your phone call you will get an email with a link, a username and password so you can access the page with the details of the offer on it

 
 
 
 


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  #166860 24-Sep-2008 19:41
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couldnt have come at a better time, I have another prepay that is coming up to a year since last topup and was thinking about moving it to telecom next week...




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  #166935 25-Sep-2008 07:31
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richms: I was called today but no email from them yet, is there a page with the plans on them?


Check your spam box, Thats were mine went

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  #166957 25-Sep-2008 09:12
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I think that the plans are coverd by an NDA,

They seem however to be very similar to Vodafones.




Hmmmm


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  #166958 25-Sep-2008 09:13
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Can you give us any more info on what the $60.00 plan includes or is it confidential?

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  #166966 25-Sep-2008 09:34
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Overclocker01: Can you give us any more info on what the $60.00 plan includes or is it confidential?


One of the terms & conditions was that pricing plans be kept confidential at present.

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  #167012 25-Sep-2008 11:49
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Overclocker01: Can you give us any more info on what the $60.00 plan includes or is it confidential?




Nothing to write home about.

My current talkzone set up works out cheaper by the looks of things :-(

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  #167029 25-Sep-2008 12:43
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Ideed, frankly I'm not going to bother. What a shame.




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  #167052 25-Sep-2008 14:09
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cisconz: I think that the plans are coverd by an NDA,

They seem however to be very similar to Vodafones.


No suprise there ;)

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