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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    We pay $330 a month for the top foxtel package, 200GB (ADSL2), basic homeline and 15GB wireless wifi. We use telstra because hubby works away and not all sites are covered by other telecommunication companies.

    We don't really get a 'deal' at all it all adds up to $330 a month it's just bundled into the same bill. Our mobiles are billed separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    We pay $330 a month for the top foxtel package, 200GB (ADSL2), basic homeline and 15GB wireless wifi. We use telstra because hubby works away and not all sites are covered by other telecommunication companies.

    We don't really get a 'deal' at all it all adds up to $330 a month it's just bundled into the same bill. Our mobiles are billed separately.


    I would die if we had to pay $330 a month for all that stuff!!!

    We don't have foxtel though, we wanted it but it would have had to go eventually so we decided not to let ourselves get used to it!

    It's a shame you have to go through Telstra. Could you get tpg? They're owned by telstra and use their lines etc. We pay $60 a month for unlimited Internet and landline.

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    Default Pay TV - how much does it cost YOU per month?

    Foxtel $91 a month but just got a letter to say its going up $3- I have the package under all channels. I have the iq hd box
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    We pay $107 a month for everything besides the movies & we only have the one hd iq box. Thinking of buying a smart tv + apple tv and getting rid of the austar

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    Default Pay TV - how much does it cost YOU per month?

    Optus provide foxtel.

    We have 2 boxes (one iq2 and one standard) with all channels except movies for $96 a month.

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    Iq and most channels 120

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    I have the basic package and pay $55 a month through telstra (no other services with Telstra), although I got a letter the other day that seemed to say that it was going DOWN to $47 a month. I won't believe it until the bill arrives.

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    Default Pay TV - how much does it cost YOU per month?

    We just got fetchtv after having foxtel for years. It costs us $20/month on top of our adsl iinet package which is $70. We love it. It lacks a bit on sports tho

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