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Topic # 111406 1-Nov-2012 22:16
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Are there any known benefits to remaining on the original, more expensive, AYCE plan once out-of-contract? Also keen to learn of experiences of those who've gone back to Telecom on the 500GB offering.

Cheers all.

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  Reply # 711261 3-Nov-2012 10:45
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Wow, two years have gone by since the start of AYCE, and they said unlimited plans would never last. :)

 I'd be interested to know the difference between AYCE and "Unlimited" too, if anyone has any info or has made the switch.

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  Reply # 712099 5-Nov-2012 10:33
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numfarr: Wow, two years have gone by since the start of AYCE, and they said unlimited plans would never last. :)

 I'd be interested to know the difference between AYCE and "Unlimited" too, if anyone has any info or has made the switch.


AYCE is Unlimited and Unlimited is AYCE.... there is no difference.

Unlimited Plans work if you know what your doing and slingshot know what they are doing.




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  Reply # 712965 6-Nov-2012 15:12
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Is that certain knowledge, or just a logical assumption?

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  Reply # 713071 6-Nov-2012 18:07
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Username01: Is that certain knowledge, or just a logical assumption?

Cheers

Nebbie should know if there's any difference technically (we all know that there is definitely a difference from an accounting/billing point of view.)




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  Reply # 713421 7-Nov-2012 11:07
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Username01: Is that certain knowledge, or just a logical assumption?

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Certain Knowledge :)
I sent you a PM

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