I currently have Big Pond broadband through Telstra and i'm moving house. I never use the landline and i want to keep broadband and i also want to get Foxtel. Is this possible with a Telstra package to have broadband at home with no landline and also get foxtel with no landline - can I do the latter through T-Hub? Help....
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our internet plans have changed recently in that you only need to have HomeLine Budget to get a $20 discount off all fixed internet plans.
which almost nullifies the phone line cost anyway, leaves you what, $2 a month out of pocket, might as well have it for that price
Pretty much. You can get call barring put on if making calls from the landline is the issue. I keep my landline for emergency calls and such.
As has been noted Cable is your best option here, which are available and it opens up the option of Foxtel on T-box for you too which is great value http://www.foxtel.com.au/support/foxtel-on-t-box/what-is-foxtel-on-t-box/default.htm
I rarely use my landline but my bills average $80 per month which seems a waste of money. I have a Bigpond modem with wifi. Do I need this ridiculously expensive landline to use my computer?
There are other providers who offer cheaper alternatives. What does Telstra suggest?
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