Thank you CoreyPlover. I have digged deep but could not find this information captured anywhere. I do think that for anyone but the lightest phone user the OCV200 plans represent great value due to the included calls. The only comparable plan I could find is Yes Fusion $79, but that is $19 more and 80GB less.CoreyPlover wrote:INCTEL and OCV are both Optus, so I'm sure it is possible to keep your current PSTN line and number unchanged under the OCV plan. The "Naked but not really" plan is really a "ADSL2+ and telephone" plan; the PSTN line is a completely normal phone line and will accept calls as usual.aparashk wrote:I am on the Z/21INCTEL plan, out of contract. Can I change to OCV200 and keep my PSTN number with that? Or would my current PSTN number need to be made my VOIP number with that plan? Can OCV200 take incoming PSTN line calls? I find this 'Naked', but not really, plan quite confusing.
I cannot change to OCV200 via my Member Area options, though. I should probably call support tomorrow to confirm the details of a changeover.