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Topic # 106697 30-Jul-2012 10:36
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Hi guys,

I just wonder if anyone here can tell me what the story is as different Telstra support staff
seem to have different ideas.

I have 2 T-Boxes so how many HD tickets do I need to be able to receive HD on both?

I am sure that I was told that the HD ticket was for the houshold and not per T-Box when I signed up.

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  Reply # 663876 30-Jul-2012 10:43
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Hi Swede. The pricing is per household. T-Box pricing is here: http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/tv/tv-tbox-with-sky.cfm

If you email me your account number we can check for you that all T-Boxes are getting HD.

Cheers, Gary



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  Reply # 663890 30-Jul-2012 11:04
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