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Topic # 24241 18-Jul-2008 19:41
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Orcon pushed out a new plan with just the bare essentials: Homeline and 5GB of broadband, for $79.95/mth.

Homeline does still include Voicemail, Call Waiting and Caller ID, but doesn't include the extra calling packs.


Also, Purple+ now has 15GB of data, from it's previous 10GB, but still costs $79.95.


Looks pretty good to me...


EDIT: They also have reduced the non-LLU Platinum plan down from 25GB to 20GB, and they have added $5 to the Purple (with calling) plan.




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  Reply # 149945 21-Jul-2008 17:22
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manhinli:
EDIT: They also have reduced the non-LLU Platinum plan down from 25GB to 20GB, and they have added $5 to the Purple (with calling) plan.


The non-LLU Platinum was always 20GB.

Silver+ was based on a lot of feedback from existing customers, and prospective customers alike that they did not want either a) the larger data cap or b) the unlimited national calling on the Gold+ package.

It is still upgradeable with 25, 50 and 100GB data bundles for those who do want more data.

And just like our other plans there is no fixed term contract.

There is a handy comparison table comparing all 4 of our LLU plans in my latest blog post.



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  Reply # 150018 21-Jul-2008 21:12
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manhinli:
EDIT: They also have reduced the non-LLU Platinum plan down from 25GB to 20GB, and they have added $5 to the Purple (with calling) plan.


The non-LLU Platinum was always 20GB.

Whoops - must have looked into the Platinum+ plan...




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  Reply # 150128 22-Jul-2008 10:08
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Silver+ looks great to me.  I never liked paying for the national calling I never use.  I've already switched! :)

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  Reply # 150680 23-Jul-2008 16:06
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I've just switched to Purple + 15GB for 79.95 Naked DSL, looking forward to trying it out especially with the ADSL2+

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