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Standard User pcoventry76
(knowledge is power) Sun 28-Oct-12 22:21:16
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Mid term Upgrade


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If I went onto say Extra for 12 months and then fibre came along could I just upgrade to fibre half way through?

I am aware we can on the current system on ADSL but not sure about ADSL to fibre.

thanks
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sun 28-Oct-12 23:05:49
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Re: Mid term Upgrade


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Yes.

Have a read of this thread.

I think that whatever you do, if you don't take Plusnet landline you will get a fibre connection charge though. Even if already on PN ADSL2+.

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Standard User pcoventry76
(knowledge is power) Mon 29-Oct-12 00:02:19
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Re: Mid term Upgrade


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Thanks ill have a read.

I got rid of Sky but PN are cheap for landline and ADSL. I was hoping to go with them and then when fibre comes to use them. Ive always liked (from the start) their midnight-8am free usage


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ISP Representative chrispurvey
(isp) Mon 29-Oct-12 16:47:49
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Re: Mid term Upgrade


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It is all covered in the linked thread for you, but yes you could sway over to fibre at any point.

Any other questions please let me know.

Chris Purvey
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