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Topic # 18397 9-Jan-2008 13:35
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I'm currently signed up with Woosh Wireless Entry 200MB at $17.95 (it was on offer)

I've moved to Dunedin where they don't have the service in this area. If I cancel my account, I'd have to pay $100 cancellation fee.

What I want to do is pay someone $60 to continue my account, and the contract ends on October 2008. After October, you may close the account without incurring any charges.

This is a WIN-WIN situation.
You get paid $60 by me and you only pay $17.95 for the 200MB plan, which they are selling at $24.95 now.
I save on the cancellation fee.

I have the Woosh equipments right here. It will be posted to you once you agree to take this account.

*Connection speed will be throttled when you exceed data cap. There is no charges for going over the cap.

*ADSL users can use this offer as long as you decide to switch to Woosh as your ADSL provider.



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  Reply # 103814 9-Jan-2008 14:58
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I wouldn't switch to Woosh if you paid me $600 Surprised

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Reply # 103853 9-Jan-2008 17:42
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*ADSL users can use this offer as long as you decide to switch to Woosh as your ADSL provider"

well why don't you take the offer up in dunedin ADSL instead?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 103967 10-Jan-2008 10:54
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paradoxsm: *ADSL users can use this offer as long as you decide to switch to Woosh as your ADSL provider"

well why don't you take the offer up in dunedin ADSL instead?


My flatmate currently uses Xtra GOLARGE.

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  Reply # 108038 1-Feb-2008 18:46
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Sorry man, count me out too. I just left woosh and never been happier

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  Reply # 108159 2-Feb-2008 15:08
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It's funny really how bad woosh is :) I used to use their product back in "Walker Wireless" days with a proper grid antenna on the house roof in Hamilton ping times were excellent (better than ADSL).

Moved to Auckland a few years later (had been using ADSL at that stage) decided I didnt need a main line when we moved flats so thought I would get woosh only stayed with them for a few days before I ordered the telecom land line and signed up for ADSL couldnt believe how crap the latency was thankfully back then they didnt have the "sucker contracts".

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Reply # 108238 3-Feb-2008 00:33
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  the only Woosh in my house, is when I flush.  woooooooooooooooooh


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  Reply # 108242 3-Feb-2008 01:30
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brucie44: ? the only Woosh in my house, is when I flush.? woooooooooooooooooh



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