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Topic # 142703 21-Mar-2014 10:46
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I am going on holiday and I wondered if I could suspended my internet connection with snap. Does anyone know if its possible ? 

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  Reply # 1010467 21-Mar-2014 10:56
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I doubt it will be possible. But it comes down to Snap. Why not give them a call and ask them?

Are you tied to any sort of monthly agreement? Ie, is there an end date to your contract? If you have passed this end date you should be able to put it on hold.

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  Reply # 1010478 21-Mar-2014 11:12
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How long are you going away for?  You'd need to weigh up the cost of savings against the cost of disconnection/reconnection.  


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  Reply # 1010482 21-Mar-2014 11:17
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From what I am reading about Snap of late, sounds like if you just stop paying them they probably wont even notice ;)

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