I recently signed up for the 50GB Home Broadband service which is priced at $73 per month.
The information about changing plans in the "information summary" pdf of this plan does not provide clear info. It says:
If you have taken up this bundle on a 24-month minimum term, you
can change to another Telstra Broadband Range plan once a month
during your minimum term. You’ll need to restart your 24 month term
and pay a $50 Early Recontracting Fee if you move to another Bundle
Range before the end of your minimum term.
The "minimum term" for my contract is 24 months. So, does the first sentence, in the above section, mean I'm allowed to change to another plan, for instance the 200GB one, once a month during my 24 month term WITHOUT PAYING THE $50 EARLY RECONTRACTING FEE?
If the answer is yes, then what does this second sentence mean? Obviously, whenever I want to change my plan it is "before the end of [my] minimum term"????
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You can change you plan once a month without any additional charges, via your account portal.
Thanks for the reply Kalak.
This is one of these new plans. The pdf summary suggests that it is indeed a bundle:
"Your plan is a bundle which includes:
• a home phone service
• BigPond Fast ADSL Broadband for your internet service.
Your home phone and home broadband services must be connected
at the same physical address and you must pass our eligibility check."
so, can anyone from Telstra tell us whether a change of plan in these new home broadband plans, during the 24 month minimum term, lead to a $50 penalty or not?
I need to speak to someone in the Adelaide Office by the name of [REMOVED FOR PRIVACY] urgently. I have been having discussions with her for over a week now and had to cancel a call from her yesterday due to unavailability. Please advise me how I can speak with her again.
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