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Topic # 110930 19-Oct-2012 17:15
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In the next year i move to NZ and i need to known about it.

If i join with Slingshot Broadband 250 without homeline, I have to spend much money (totally) ?

My house nearly East Tamaki it's available now ? 


Sorry, I don't English fluently -3-



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  Reply # 703664 19-Oct-2012 17:24
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phudej: In the next year i move to NZ and i need to known about it.

If i join with Slingshot Broadband 250 without homeline, I have to spend much money (totally) ?

My house nearly East Tamaki it's available now ? 


Sorry, I don't English fluently -3-




Hi, 

You need a homeline to go on the Broadband 250GB plan, the prices below are for this. 

If your address is in the Better network it will be $102 per month.

If it is not it will be $112 per month.

You can check your address in our tool at the top of www.slingshot.co.nz called "set location".

If you don't want a landline you can go on Broadband Unlimited for $90 per month.

Thanks,
Ben






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  Reply # 703715 19-Oct-2012 18:44
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Slingshot:
phudej: In the next year i move to NZ and i need to known about it.

If i join with Slingshot Broadband 250 without homeline, I have to spend much money (totally) ?

My house nearly East Tamaki it's available now ? 


Sorry, I don't English fluently -3-




Hi, 

You need a homeline to go on the Broadband 250GB plan, the prices below are for this. 

If your address is in the Better network it will be $102 per month.

If it is not it will be $112 per month.

You can check your address in our tool at the top of www.slingshot.co.nz called "set location".

If you don't want a landline you can go on Broadband Unlimited for $90 per month.

Thanks,
Ben


Sorry Guys, Unfortunately i'm not in better network, i can used Broadband 250 $61 (Broadband Only)
but i have to additional $10 ?, 
can you explain ?

ps.i don't want home line because i don't used regularly

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 703734 19-Oct-2012 19:08
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The additional charge in that case is because in this case Slingshot would be unable to provide an internet connection to you using their own equipment, This means they have to pay a higher price to rent the equipment for your connection, Hence the extra $10.

Unfortunately because what you are wanting is a "Naked" connection (without phone line) that is a different type of connection all together, The options for those are $81 for 30GB or $90 for Unlimited, It doesn't appear that the $10 charge would apply to those prices though.

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