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Topic # 120949 19-Jun-2013 14:24
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Hi there

I'm currently on the Slingshot AYCE plan, but off contract. I'm happy with the service/speed/reliability etc.

I am however, idly contemplating getting rid of my landline (for 99% of the callers are telemarketers!).

Which would require me moving to either the Unlimited or the Naked Unlimited.

Both would be a saving of dollars.

So I'm after opinions and especially feedback on which if the three is best or if there is no noticeable performance difference between them.

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Jonathan

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  Reply # 840482 20-Jun-2013 17:59
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I changed from AYCE to the unlimited one to save some money - noticed no change, am now changing to naked because landlines are for old people, am ending up with a contract for that as they treat it as a new connection but the payback time for the contract break is about 7 months, so thats not a big deal.




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  Reply # 840517 20-Jun-2013 19:14
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I changed from AYCE to unlimited at the same time I got dedicated line for ADSL and have noticed no change to service expect on my monthly bill

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  Reply # 841364 22-Jun-2013 01:03
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AYCE and Unlimited plans are identical naked connection or not. It goes through the same hardware at the end of the line.





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