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changing service to save a little bit of money...

bluewhale
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changing service to save a little bit of money...

currently i'm on 'PlusNet Broadband Premier Option 1 (Annual Contract, No Modem)'
probly need to save a bit of money as jobs about to go ( again ), god i hate working in IT sometimes...
would like to know what i will loose/gain moving to either the pro or the new unlimited ( but profiled ) services?
also what would i be committed to a new contract length or just a account change? account change fee?
anyone else done this?
cheers
pete
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Re: changing service to save a little bit of money...

I've gone from Prem 1 to unlimited, so far so good.
For the differences in the products have a look here http://www.kitz.co.uk/isp/plusnet_shaping2.htm Pro doesn't have any shaping applied to it but you'll lose a lot of your current off peak hours so you'd have to look closely at your usage.
You'll be tied in to a 12 month contract but you can keep your existing value adds like VoIP minutes and webspace which new customers don't get.

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Re: changing service to save a little bit of money...

12 months without hardware, 18 months with.
Guess you probably don't need any though.
Know what you mean about IT, going through the same myself Angry
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Re: changing service to save a little bit of money...

No fees for changing either, but you only get the lower price if your exchange is a market 3 which you  can check here

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