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Topic # 120779 13-Jun-2013 14:49
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Is there such a charge, I read of a subscriber being charged this (4x$20)  4 months after the install. 
http://www.gpforums.co.nz/thread/462818/8/?s= 
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Thinking of getting snap vdsl2 when my cabinet is upgraded soon. 

Cheers

Jeremy

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  Reply # 836388 13-Jun-2013 15:30
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I've not heard of such a charge from Snap, sounds like someone is confused.

I'm on snap VDSL . 


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  Reply # 836398 13-Jun-2013 15:42
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The surcharge hasn't been around for over a year. I've asked that guy on GPForums to PM me his details to sort out what the deal is there!

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  Reply # 836453 13-Jun-2013 16:57
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Thanks Ralph, 

I intend to get a connection from you guys when my RBI cabinet is done,
We are rural, So just making sure there are no surprises.

A+ for the prompt response,

Thanks

Jeremy
 

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