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Topic # 98804 6-Mar-2012 21:10
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Hi there,

I am just querying how much do Orcon charge if there is a wiring fault or jackpoint fault inside the house if customer don't have wiring and maintenance with Orcon?

Thanks

 

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  Reply # 591455 6-Mar-2012 22:38
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Best to just signup for a month, then take it off next month. Its around $2 from memory for the wiring and maintenance vs. a lot without it.



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  Reply # 591460 6-Mar-2012 23:00
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Just looked at Orcon's website, the wiring and maintenance is $3 per month. Correct me if im wrong, this would cover internal wiring fault and/or jack point fault. But how much do chrous charge or charges pass down from chorus to orcon if I don't have wiring and maintencance? :P

Thanks for you input codyc1515 :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 591461 6-Mar-2012 23:04
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Truchu: Just looked at Orcon's website, the wiring and maintenance is $3 per month. Correct me if im wrong, this would cover internal wiring fault and/or jack point fault. But how much do chrous charge or charges pass down from chorus to orcon if I don't have wiring and maintencance? :P

Thanks for you input codyc1515 :)

I think its in the vicinity of $80-150, somebody please correct me.

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  Reply # 591476 7-Mar-2012 06:14
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Truchu: Hi there,

I am just querying how much do Orcon charge if there is a wiring fault or jackpoint fault inside the house if customer don't have wiring and maintenance with Orcon?

Thanks

 


Depends entirely what the issue is.

Wiring maintenance won't cover the installation of a master filter which IMHO should be mandatory for every ADSL2+ install these days.

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