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# 96519 29-Jan-2012 20:47
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Probably a silly question, but on the internet page in the box on the right hand side, there is a line that says - FREE iTalk VOIP access when you have Broadband NAKED. 

What does this actually mean?  

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  # 574721 29-Jan-2012 20:52
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You obviously get an iTalk line included for free.



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  # 574723 29-Jan-2012 20:57
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sbiddle: You obviously get an iTalk line included for free.


Yeah I get that part, but does that include minutes too? Told you it was a stupid question Foot in Mouth 

 
 
 
 


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  # 574726 29-Jan-2012 21:01
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You get the cheapest ($11) italk plan included for free
http://slingshot.co.nz/italkplans



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  # 574746 29-Jan-2012 21:35
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nickb800: You get the cheapest ($11) italk plan included for free
http://slingshot.co.nz/italkplans


When I sign up, all I get is an option to pay for one of the 3 plans.  Nothing about the $11 plan being free.

And the other problem I am having is, that it wont let me select 'Other' when I have an existing PAP2T. 
Can the PAP2T be used with Slingshot? 

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  # 574762 29-Jan-2012 22:37
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semigeek:
nickb800: You get the cheapest ($11) italk plan included for free
http://slingshot.co.nz/italkplans


When I sign up, all I get is an option to pay for one of the 3 plans.  Nothing about the $11 plan being free.

And the other problem I am having is, that it wont let me select 'Other' when I have an existing PAP2T. 
Can the PAP2T be used with Slingshot? 


Might be easier if you just call them instead - its a free call from a mobile.

You can use pretty much any SIP ATA with iTalk, so a PAP2T should be fine.

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