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Master Geek

# 109668 24-Sep-2012 21:07
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Just visited Orcon website and notice that they are now offer the unlimited data plan for $99 ,just wonder if any one notice it?I don't know if this one is Orcon genius or orcon with a home line?can anyone confirm?Thanks

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Master Geek

  # 690848 24-Sep-2012 21:19
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Anyone can join this plan, new users, or existing users, and yes it applies to Genius ... see

Thanks for bringing it to my attention.  I am signing up now :)

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Master Geek

  # 690852 24-Sep-2012 21:34
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cool,read it now,I was browsing but could not find it...this plan is so awesome


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Master Geek

  # 690861 24-Sep-2012 21:39
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Sure is!

If you want to change your plan on line you have to click the little link below the 'modify plan' to 'view other plans' (I think that's what it says) and then just click on the icon for the unlimited and wait for it to show up in the right hand box the new plan details and then follow the procedure.

Shame, I only just got switched over to the 200GB plan from 30GB last month, too, because I noticed that was cheaper, and now I am changing again... but oh so worth it this time LOL

Just did my sign up :)  Thanks to you :)

Thanks for your changes. We have recorded the following changes to be made to your plan at your next billing cycle. Until then your current choices remain in place.

We have your new choices recorded as:

ORCON GENIUS with Unlimited data, Wiring and Maintenance Insurance, Free National Calling. The monthly cost will be $102.

Please check that you have all the features you need, as anything not listed will not apply to your account when the changes are made at the next billing cycle.

We will send you another email then confirming that we have made the changes.

Kind regards,
The Team at Orcon

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