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#27014 10-Oct-2008 11:24
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I just signed up for Orcon's LLU which has arrived at my local area.  After I signed up I realized that we have two Telecom mobiles at home that are billed back to the Telecom homeline.

Anyone know what will happen when my number is switch to Orcon's CO switch or will these fone have to go onto some form of plan with Telecom which may defeat the idea of LLU and it's cheaper costs.??

I was hoping that Orcon would have their mobile offering up and running by this time so that it would just be a case of replacing the fones and having them billed to the Orcon account but things seem to have died in that area..

TIA.

 





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  #170499 10-Oct-2008 20:27
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old3eyes:

I just signed up for Orcon's LLU which has arrived at my local area.  After I signed up I realized that we have two Telecom mobiles at home that are billed back to the Telecom homeline.

Anyone know what will happen when my number is switch to Orcon's CO switch or will these fone have to go onto some form of plan with Telecom which may defeat the idea of LLU and it's cheaper costs.??

I was hoping that Orcon would have their mobile offering up and running by this time so that it would just be a case of replacing the fones and having them billed to the Orcon account but things seem to have died in that area..

TIA.




I was in the same situation.
I have been on Orcons LLU since Febuary.
The Telecom mobile I have that was billed back to my homeline stayed the same.
The only difference now is that instead of getting a bill for my homeline from Telecom with the Mobile on it I just get a bill for the Mobile from Telecom now.



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  #170564 11-Oct-2008 09:40
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Thanx Sparkee.

 

That's what I was hoping for..Smile





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