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#154685 4-Nov-2014 14:06
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I like the look of the new snap $10 unlimited add-on - will save me money as I am currently paying $15 for 150 Gig.




But there is a good chance I will have moved house next year (within the same town). Am I breaking contract if I move house but stay with snap?




Thanks in advance.

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  #1168499 4-Nov-2014 14:09
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99% sure answer is no, I inquired about restrictions and basically the 24 month contract is just to stay as a Snap customer.

Give them a call and confirm, very impressed with them so far.

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  #1168504 4-Nov-2014 14:13
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You aren't breaking the contract, but be aware additional charges may apply if you downgrade your service when you move, or if you move more than one time in a 12 month period.

See "Moving Address" at


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  #1168524 4-Nov-2014 14:36
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Hi KrazyKid

A move address is not considered to be breaking the contract. Generally we just expect you to keep the same (or better) service at your new house, based on what's available. 

KShips - cheers for the votte of confidence! 



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  #1168597 4-Nov-2014 15:39
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RalphFromSnap: Generally we just expect you to keep the same (or better) service at your new house, based on what's available. 


This bit here, if spec at the new address is this still ok? Eg, leave fibre zone to something lesser?

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