ADSL hooked up.Telstra technician will be around to the house today. Spoke to me on the phone, he's going to see if I've got access to cable. Telstra's own website cable broadband availability checker proudly announces that;
"I'm in luck...I can get ADSL!!"
Correct. Optus and Telstra were the only ones who recognised that I had a cable connection though, and I wasn't interested in paying Telstra the extra $40 they wanted at the time. I haven't come across many better deals than $60 for unlimited though (plus it gave me $10 off my mobile bill, but that's no longer a factor).Optus? You can do better with nearly any other telco.
Bluray movies & TV shows, programs, operating systems, video games, lossless music etc..
If you have a pension whether it's seniors, veterans or dsp, you can get an exemption from late and re-connection fees. Telstra don't tell you about it, you have to dig through the fine print to find out that.Telstra charge late fees, Telstra charge re-connection fees, but yes, Telstra will provide a payment extention that TPG will not, because they bill you in arrears, so you always owe them money, where you pay in advance to TPG.
Yeah I hate the DD thing. Weeds out the non payers though.If you have a pension whether it's seniors, veterans or dsp, you can get an exemption from late and re-connection fees. Telstra don't tell you about it, you have to dig through the fine print to find out that.
That was one of the reasons why I stuck with Telstra for so many years for internet and mobile.
The one thing I didn't like about TPG is that they were refusing to let me sign up without agreeing to direct debit or credit card, whereas Telstra were okay with that. I prefer to have control over the payments.