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  Reply # 2193896 8-Mar-2019 18:22
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It's dynamic IP by default, static IP for a cost/mth - no cgnat either way

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  Reply # 2193898 8-Mar-2019 18:22
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I am sure I could find this out if I searched, but because it's Friday and.. cause... Do 2d do proper Static IP's on home connections or CG-NAT?



Broadband connections use a real IPv4 address, and a /56 IPv6 block. Static IP addresses are $10/month if not included as part of your plan (i.e. residential connections)



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  Reply # 2194106 9-Mar-2019 06:39
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As an existing customer who is currently open plan its nice to see I can get Amazon Prime if I resign, but do I also get the $200 credit ?

Yeah I am coming off plan next month really looking for this info as well. I have seen others on geekzone offered this for re signing so I am hopeful but also aware that with a new freebie this may not be available any more.

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  Reply # 2197582 13-Mar-2019 22:40
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If I am not mistaken the news article said current 2D customers can call them up and get it for free too.  





I confirm that this is true. (already did it before reading here)

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  Reply # 2197601 13-Mar-2019 22:48
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I got it, but the way I picked it up Monday was the last day they would do it.

They asked me which publication it was in and then said as it was in the media they would honour it.

Going to the Stuff article now, it looks like the bit about asking for it when on contract has been removed.

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