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Topic # 5396 26-Oct-2005 10:11
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anyone has any comments about this compay's service?
they have a prepaied home phone service which is good i think.

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Reply # 22016 26-Oct-2005 10:19
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Hmmm. I am suspicious about this post. Are you involved with the company or simply a user? There's no company name, simply a phone number.

I will give some time, and if no good explanation comes out, then this post will be removed.





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Reply # 22020 26-Oct-2005 10:37
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Hi freitasm,
i am not yet a user of this service, and currenlty, hear from my house owner said they are using this, and i just wanna someone proffesional can give me any suggestion about this company. or any other long distance home phone services?
Sorry to confuse you, if you still wanna remove my post, please go ahead.
Dominic

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22021 26-Oct-2005 10:46
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Hello there... No problem. But it would help to have a company name or web address. If we read a post with just a phone number some alarm flags raise here!





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  Reply # 22022 26-Oct-2005 10:51
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Oh oh, i forgot to write here, sorry about that.
i think the link is......http://reconx.co.nz/index.html

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Reply # 22023 26-Oct-2005 10:57
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Wow! NZ$49/fortnight? This is NZ$98/month. Telecom or TelstraClear is much cheaper than this!

Is this one of those services placing ads on TV for people without credit? That would explain why they charge so much: people would otherwise have no phone line at all, so they are willing to pay for the service if the credit check is not done.





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  Reply # 22024 26-Oct-2005 11:03
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oh really!?
dose Telecom or TelstraClear has long distance service? cause i have family on the other side of the earth.
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Reply # 22026 26-Oct-2005 11:09
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Telecom is the default long distance carrier in New Zealand, and it's 1/3 of the monthly price for this service!

If you really want cheap long distance rates, then use Ztalk.

Just compare how much Ztalk charges for 15 minutes to long distance in New Zealand and how much is this other service...





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  Reply # 22029 26-Oct-2005 11:15
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ehmm, i currently use is the Ztalk, but its quality is not so good when i call oversea.
anyway, i will call them to find out more,thanks freitasm
what's your name mean?

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  Reply # 22034 26-Oct-2005 11:34
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oh well,. i see now. Boss!!!!

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