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Topic # 147344 16-Jun-2014 18:52
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Hi,

I am helping out a friend for reducing his home bill, well even if i cannot reduce i may be able to get him a better deal. It might help a few others here on the same boat.. 

He is currently on telecom's Giganaire plan with phone which is about $110pm, n then u have ur wire maintenance n called id cost.

But with Vodafone, u get unlimited for 95$pm , free 6 months sky, and then free my sky hdi, modem, support etc, but no were i could find what the wire maintenance n ID things cost with them

plus then there is the fact that " if aint broken dont fix it " thingie which is on back of my mind. That is there is a small risk of changing to Voda, n then finding that speeds etc drop down considerably - is this possible. house is a normal 3 bedrm home in Avondale region, Akl. 

Any pointers !! ?? 

Thanks,


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  Reply # 1066918 16-Jun-2014 18:54
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Pretty much all the resellers of chorus are reselling those things at excessive prices which are about the same as telecom charge.

If you can get them to move to a voip provider then they will save quite a bit on things like caller ID and voicemail.




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