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Topic # 175296 24-Jun-2015 11:47
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Just noticed that a static IP address is listed as an optional extra on new Orcon plans - even unlimited ones - at $10/month.

Does anyone know if this is now an option for existing customers? The support site still says that they're unavailable to unlimited plan customers.

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  Reply # 1330584 24-Jun-2015 12:14
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Yes, go for it :-)



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  Reply # 1330602 24-Jun-2015 12:23
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Hi Sounddude

That's good news.

How do I sign up for it, though? The 'Modify Plan' system in My Orcon still says that static IPs are unavailable for unlimited plans.

Does it include a static IPv6 prefix too?

... And it doesn't involve signing up for another 12 month contract, does it?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1330604 24-Jun-2015 12:24
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I will confirm, I thought that limitation had been removed.

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