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Topic # 133695 30-Oct-2013 22:20
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Hi, I am on the $39 plan at the moment and have been since May. Is there any cost to drop down to the $29 plan? The site makes it easy, but I don't want to get stung with a charge because I missed a clause somewhere.

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Paul




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  Reply # 924493 31-Oct-2013 00:57
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Are you in contract?

If so, likely there is a change fee that will apply.

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  Reply # 924866 31-Oct-2013 16:20
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Hi Paul, it depends on the term you're on.

If you signed up to a 24 month term it's $180, 12 months it's $40. Here's the T & C's - Carryover Plans ETCs and PTFs

If you're on a no term plan there's no charge. :)

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  Reply # 925103 31-Oct-2013 20:51
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Great thanks very much. I'm on a 24 month term, so a $180 fee would apply.




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