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Topic # 27696 4-Nov-2008 12:39
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On UBS it was $10 / 5 Gig but all I can find about LLU  is from their FAQ..

"After you have used the data included in your plan we charge per GB, rounding up to the next highest GB. You can easily upgrade (or downgrade) your data to suit your usage with no penalty."

Anyone know??

 





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  Reply # 175677 4-Nov-2008 12:47
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Orcon@Home non-LLU: $2/GB overage
Orcon@Home LLU: $1/GB overage

Enter phone number into the Orcon@Home checker and click on the View Details of the plans there if you want the information about the plans.




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  Reply # 175683 4-Nov-2008 13:05
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Thanx for the info..Smile




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  Reply # 175925 4-Nov-2008 22:52
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Yep definitely $1/GB on LLU.  So there is little advantage to buying additional GB unless you're sure that you'll use it.




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