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  Reply # 1340755 10-Jul-2015 17:39
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NonprayingMantis:
why is this even marked as an answer? It's nothing to do with this thread, and just someone ranting about a different provider with incorrect information.


Agree. I just marked it as "Not the Answer" - I think anyone can do this if they have a certain number of posts. (Sorry way OT)

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  Reply # 1341350 11-Jul-2015 20:55
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Just posted on Snap's FB page "We should have new plans within the next couple of months"

I have a friend who probably would have stayed with Snap but just switched ISP because they're taking so long to let us know what prices and packages they are going to offer.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1341630 12-Jul-2015 16:12
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Couple of months? That's what they said a couple of months ago.

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  Reply # 1341962 13-Jul-2015 09:46
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UncleArthur: Couple of months? That's what they said a couple of months ago.

Yeah, I was hoping to hear something soon. Having said that, should be a couple of months before our UFB is available, so I can probably wait.

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  Reply # 1341985 13-Jul-2015 10:18
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I'm on contract until mid next month.   With the contract I get an additional 100Gb of data free each month which will drop so I go back to 80Gb for $95 per month which is somewhat expensive these days.

If it takes too long Ill swap to another ISP.  Don't really want to as they have been excellent but they need to be competitive as well.




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  Reply # 1342408 13-Jul-2015 17:43
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If that is ADSL, then the current Snap ADSL + phone + unlimited data is only $99/month.

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  Reply # 1342481 13-Jul-2015 18:20
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its vdsl

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  Reply # 1342533 13-Jul-2015 20:19
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Have a chat to the team on twitter, I'm in a similar situation and they let me know ill stay on the same agreement (but now open term) plus keep bonus data until I re-signed. They also let me know the new plans would be out "soon" :).

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  Reply # 1342542 13-Jul-2015 20:42
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ok. will do thanks.

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