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Topic # 99417 19-Mar-2012 12:17
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Telecom are putting up their costs to me for my home phone line.

I currently have Slingshot broadband (Advanced High-Speed 15GB) and tolls.

I enquired with Slingshot as to their costs for me to have a phone line with them in addition to other services I already have. I was surprised to find that the extra cost would still be more than the new Telecom fees!

Seems rather odd?

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  Reply # 598140 21-Mar-2012 11:47
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No response from the Slingshot crew.
Meaning you ARE more expensive than Telecom, even though I'm already on Slingshot internet and tolls.
Surprising.

I'll have a look at other ISPs for cheaper bundles then.

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  Reply # 598144 21-Mar-2012 11:54
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Hi,

Homeline price doesnt change,

If you have BB with us then add Homeline the cost of BB will drop by $5 per month,
If you add Tolls as well it will drop by another $5 per month

i.e a customer with Homeline, Tolls and Broadband will get a $10 per month discount on there Broadband plan.

Thanks,
Joe.    




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 598179 21-Mar-2012 13:03
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Thanks Joe,

I did email SS with my existing situation re tolls and broadband, the reply made no mention of further broadband discount. I should email them back then do you think?

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  Reply # 598186 21-Mar-2012 13:13
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Hi,

Yes I would, Mention me if you need.

Cheers,
Joe.  




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