New Concept ADSL Plans

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Re: New Concept ADSL Plans

Post by peterh_oz » Wed Nov 26, 2008 10:57 pm

Shouldn't the PAYU ADSL2 plans be listed above the Powertel plans? Seeing as they're Optus, why not keep all the optus plans together?

Also, will there be a naked PAYU-NDSL2 plan?

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Re: New Concept ADSL Plans

Post by ForumAdmin » Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:41 am

Col wrote:Is there an ETA for the arrival of all these PAYU plans (256/512/1.5/8/ADSL2+) in the User Facilities for current customers to move to (for next month?)?
Probably not until January.

As with all new 'concepts' we need to ensure that the 'mechanics' work live as well as they did in test.

Same with the restoration of the AAPT based plans. We have assurances the issues are resolved from AAPT but we don't know that yet.

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Re: New Concept ADSL Plans

Post by ForumAdmin » Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:43 am

peterh_oz wrote:
1) Shouldn't the PAYU ADSL2 plans be listed above the Powertel plans? Seeing as they're Optus, why not keep all the optus plans together?

2) Also, will there be a naked PAYU-NDSL2 plan?
1) Maybe - I don't have a problem with the current location as it's not really a question of the carrier providing the connection - more the different concept.

2) No decision has yet been made - the thinking is that such plans wouldn't appeal to people as they would be the type who wanted to keep a standard telephone line.

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