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    Changing to Max?

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      Changing to Max?

      Right - after spending more time on the phone to Sky than I ever thought I would, I finally managed to get through to someone who was able to change me over to Max with no hassle.

      Subsequently a new job has appeared on my account, the details for which are:

      PROVIDE LLU LINE SHARE PSTN
      PROVIDE SMPF TO SMPF MIG. ON TACTICAL.

      Does this sound about right for a migration to Max?

      Thanks,

      Andy


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      Re: Changing to Max?

      Looking good, I have spent 5 months in trying to be moved to Mid, should happen this Friday for me.

     

     

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