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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 24-Jun-13 16:39:28
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Plusnet International 300


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The terms anytime and inclusive pop up with regards the 300 minutes. Can someone clarify. Is this 300 minutes of free call time, or 300 minutes at some reduced rate (and can I see the reduced rate v the 25% off rate v the normal tariff) ?

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ISP Representative Metronet_James
(isp) Mon 24-Jun-13 16:42:33
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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International 300 gives you free calls (limit of 30 minutes per call) to the top 35 international destinations. You get a 25% discount to those countries if you have gone over the 300 minutes, or the call is over half an hour long.

James Bailey
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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 24-Jun-13 16:44:14
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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Also, can a PN rep please post the most reliable tariff sheets?

I found this dated Jan 2010, so am not touching that until confirmed.

Section 4 of:

http://www.plus.net/info2/legal/price_guide.html#talk

Points to this, which is headed 'VOIP', although the preceding page has no mention of VOIP at all.


P.S. - Residential landline costs for International calls, both to landline and mobile, both daytime and evening (and weekend if applicable).

Thank you.

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ISP Representative chrisparr
(isp) Mon 24-Jun-13 16:52:22
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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The one you've linked is for an old phone product that we've not sold for several years, so best avoiding unless you're on it!

The home phone tariffs on this page should be accurate (unless you're on the very old Essentials phone product don't click the tariff link for that).

Chris Parr
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Standard User Oldjim
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 24-Jun-13 16:55:19
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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I am a bit confused - easy at my age
In the first link Section 4 is headed Plusnet Broadband Phone price guide which is VOIP and the second link is to the VOIP tariff
Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 24-Jun-13 17:23:37
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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Aw well, us folk who rarely browse phone tariff stuff and never use VOIP, take 'broadband phone' as broadband and phone. Sorry bout that.

Perhaps an additional "(e.g. VOIP)" might be in order there.

~ Camieabz ~

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Edited by camieabz (Mon 24-Jun-13 17:25:05)

Standard User narz
(member) Mon 24-Jun-13 17:23:40
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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The second link looks correct, dated May 2013 -> http://www.plus.net/home-broadband/tariffs/

Shows the current call tariffs, I don't see a mention of VOIP.

Plusnet FTTC 72/18Mbps
Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 24-Jun-13 17:24:31
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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Cheers Chris (and James). Just wanted to make sure I was on the correct, up to date package.

~ Camieabz ~

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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 24-Jun-13 17:32:23
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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One other quick question.

Can the free (I assume 1571) voicemail feature on residential packages be disabled completely?

i.e. allow never-ending ring, or whatever the system limit is

~ Camieabz ~

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Standard User Oldjim
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 24-Jun-13 17:39:33
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Re: Plusnet International 300


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Yes - that is how I have it
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