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Topic # 23528 1-Jul-2008 22:43
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Hi,

I am currently on Orcons 'Platinum' LLU ADSL2+ service. I wish to change providers & like the look of XNETs plans, and them seem to get a good rap on this forum. However, what do I do about my phone line that Orcon now has? I'd prefer not to go back to Telecom, is there a cheaper, better alternative ? As I have phones scattered about the house both upstairs & downstairs, I don't think naked broadband will be suitable.

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  Reply # 142112 2-Jul-2008 08:37
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cartman:
Hi,

I am currently on Orcons 'Platinum' LLU ADSL2+ service. I wish to change providers & like the look of XNETs plans, and them seem to get a good rap on this forum. However, what do I do about my phone line that Orcon now has? I'd prefer not to go back to Telecom, is there a cheaper, better alternative ? As I have phones scattered about the house both upstairs & downstairs, I don't think naked broadband will be suitable.

Cheers

Why not naked with a VFX line??
Cabling can be easily re-wired so that your "phones scattered" can all conect on the VFX line.




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