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#142939 29-Mar-2014 11:20
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Hey does anyone know what the change of extra internet is when you're over your cap on EOL broadband.

We are on the Residentual 5Mb/s plan with 30GB a month.

Thanks!

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  #1014997 29-Mar-2014 11:59
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Try their website?

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  #1015002 29-Mar-2014 12:09
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myfullflavour: Try their website?

It's not listed anywhere obvious; I suspect that ssamjh ran into the same problem!

 
 
 
 


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  #1015050 29-Mar-2014 13:27
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I know the answer to this





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  #1015063 29-Mar-2014 13:38
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I think if let say you're paying $100 for 100GB. Your extra data is $1 per 1GB. If you're paying $150 for 300GB, your extra usage is $0.50 per 1GB.







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  #1015066 29-Mar-2014 13:48
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Thanks! Using that logic do you know what it will be for the 30GB plan?

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  #1015067 29-Mar-2014 13:52
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How much are you paying for it?







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  #1015075 29-Mar-2014 14:27
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I'll look when we get home. I think it's about $69.

 
 
 
 




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  #1015085 29-Mar-2014 15:15
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It is $69. Just checked.

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  #1015722 30-Mar-2014 22:40
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I believe it is $2.30 per GB. Although it is best for you to contact them directly - sales@eol.co.nz





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  #1015726 30-Mar-2014 22:48
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Most ISPs charge far more than the pro rata rate for overage.
At least double.




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  #1015729 30-Mar-2014 23:02
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Sideface: Most ISPs charge far more than the pro rata rate for overage.
At least double.


Except for EOL?

This is what they told me when I first joined them over a year ago.





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  #1015734 30-Mar-2014 23:13
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Sideface: Most ISPs charge far more than the pro rata rate for overage.
At least double.


Or don't have overage at all.....

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  #1015737 30-Mar-2014 23:21
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I like how EOL sent a cow to space.

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