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Topic # 188961 11-Dec-2015 12:47
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Hey Guys

I am a member of a software testing community, they are currently looking for testers who have 2degrees home broadband to take part in a paid project in the next few weeks.

The project will be testing an app on your home network and then filling out a short and easy survey.

Must have 2degrees home broadband and some (not all) of the following devices: Android and iOS, PC and Mac, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, Chromecast

If you are interested PM me and I can give more details. 

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  Reply # 1448706 11-Dec-2015 12:51
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I don't have any of the above things you're after.
If however you want a slightly crazy man to chew on wires, send me a PM.




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  Reply # 1448767 11-Dec-2015 14:42
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Are you specifically excluding old Snap plans with that choice of words ?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1448812 11-Dec-2015 15:58
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nickt: Are you specifically excluding old Snap plans with that choice of words ?



Hi nick, The requirements state you need to be  a 2degrees home broadband customer. Does your bill show 2degrees or snap? 

I will seek further clarification from the Project Manager



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  Reply # 1448819 11-Dec-2015 16:55
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One more thing, If you PM me please make sure you can accept private messages in return. I currently have two people I cannot reply to. 

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  Reply # 1448831 11-Dec-2015 17:50
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Andrewbnz, 2degrees branding but no mention of home broadband.



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  Reply # 1448839 11-Dec-2015 18:16
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Yep thats fine, by home broadband it just means not business connections

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  Reply # 1448840 11-Dec-2015 18:25
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Can give this a test if you like - have a 2degrees broadband connection, an iMac, PC, Chromebook and many other things here (including iOS, Android, Chromecast and PS4).

Just flick me a PM.




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  Reply # 1448844 11-Dec-2015 18:42
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I have many of those things. Basically anything on the list that isnt apple I have.




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