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Topic # 12116 28-Feb-2007 14:06
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Slingshot are still offering half price for extra data on their manage data usage page.

30g for $12.50.  So for my connection is $29.95+$12.50 = 55g of data @ 256/128 a month as caps expire, data molding.


28th Feb and It's still on special


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  Reply # 62275 28-Feb-2007 14:34
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Nice, but Slingshot isn't in on my list for that. Thanks anyway




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  Reply # 62296 28-Feb-2007 16:14
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Had Telstra/Clear cold calling lady call me to see if I wanted to change my internet, she quote prices compared to xtra and was trying to tell me I could save money. Then when I got a chance to respond to the Telstra/Clear cold calling lady (with a nice voice) and explain what I get for what, she sounded suprised by how cheap it was and said so long. Umm so long Telstra/Clear cold calling lady.

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  Reply # 62323 28-Feb-2007 18:06
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Another reason why I love slingshot. The customer service desk is a little hard to get to but the pricing is Awesome!





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