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  Reply # 851531 9-Jul-2013 13:22
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Oops yes I have somehow selected wrong option I indeed had at work selected. I have now signed up with snap

gjm

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  Reply # 851552 9-Jul-2013 13:35
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I seriously need to sell my house and move somewhere where they have proper internet. The UFB zone literally goes right around my street on all sides :/




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  Reply # 851593 9-Jul-2013 14:28
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Hi classiczone

Yep we've seen the order in the system just now. We'll get onto this as quick as we can but as you can imagine we're a bit swamped with new orders just at the moment ;)

Cheers
Ralph




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Reply # 851703 9-Jul-2013 16:29
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Nice work Snap.  Just placed my order...looking forward to seeing what my speeds are going to be like....

1db Attenuation... Cool

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  Reply # 851743 9-Jul-2013 17:15
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oh..

I just joined snap on  ADSL2 plan on 8th July..


Cry

can I switch to VDSL now and grab this promotion?

I am so............unlucky... Money Mouth



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  Reply # 851769 9-Jul-2013 17:42
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liuyanbiao: oh..

I just joined snap on  ADSL2 plan on 8th July..


Cry

can I switch to VDSL now and grab this promotion?

I am so............unlucky... Money Mouth




Give them a call. Based on Snap's generally awesome customer service it's likely they will work something out for you. 

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  Reply # 851776 9-Jul-2013 17:48
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mattgreen:
liuyanbiao: oh..

I just joined snap on  ADSL2 plan on 8th July..


Cry

can I switch to VDSL now and grab this promotion?

I am so............unlucky... Money Mouth




Give them a call. Based on Snap's generally awesome customer service it's likely they will work something out for you. 


thank you.

I am calling them now.

hopefully they would understand.

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  Reply # 851795 9-Jul-2013 18:10
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Switched from Telstraclear cable to Snap VDSL in late June - bring on August & more data :)

Keep up the great work, Snap!

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  Reply # 852130 10-Jul-2013 07:41
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If you sign up on a plan and select, say, 500GB extra data and then decide it's too much or too little are there any penalties in changing to a smaller/bigger data block?

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  Reply # 852133 10-Jul-2013 08:02
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gjm: I seriously need to sell my house and move somewhere where they have proper internet. The UFB zone literally goes right around my street on all sides :/


I chose my house based on broadband connectivity. 

It was difficult though because back in the day telecom would not give solid guarantees. 

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  Reply # 852134 10-Jul-2013 08:05
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rp1790: If you sign up on a plan and select, say, 500GB extra data and then decide it's too much or too little are there any penalties in changing to a smaller/bigger data block?


I've never had any penalties - it's just a case of logging in on their website and clicking a button to change data addons. Very convenient :)

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  Reply # 853337 10-Jul-2013 14:28
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sidefx:
rp1790: If you sign up on a plan and select, say, 500GB extra data and then decide it's too much or too little are there any penalties in changing to a smaller/bigger data block?


I've never had any penalties - it's just a case of logging in on their website and clicking a button to change data addons. Very convenient :)


This is 100%. Your contract term is for the base plan not for the data upgrades. 

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  Reply # 853348 10-Jul-2013 14:46
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just gave Snap a call seeing if I could transfer from my 12 month ADSL contract (8 months to go on it) to this VDSL deal. they said sure thing and signed me up.

I could get used to this type of customer service

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  Reply # 853349 10-Jul-2013 14:48
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Anyone know if SNAP have any intention of enabling "global mode" like Slingshot? Have gotten pretty attached to Netflix rather quickly.

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  Reply # 853355 10-Jul-2013 14:51
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rp1790: Anyone know if SNAP have any intention of enabling "global mode" like Slingshot? Have gotten pretty attached to Netflix rather quickly.


Use this....

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/

$3.33 USD / month. 

Not so elegant but does the trick.

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