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Slingshot Pay Weekly and Pay Fortnightly plans

Slingshot Pay Weekly and Pay Fortnightly plans
Monday, November 4, 2019

Slingshot recently launched “Pay Weekly” and “Pay Fortnightly” broadband options for those who don’t want to wait for their monthly bill to come in or who find budgeting monthly challenging.

Sometimes it might be much easier to split the cost of monthly recurring payments into manageable weekly slices and if that is for you then Slingshot Weekly payments are just the ticket.  Pay weekly could be the ideal option if you’re paid on a weekly basis. It takes the stress out of putting money aside each week to fulfil a much larger monthly payment.

With the new Slingshot Flexie billing options, you will keep your contract (12 or 24 months) but now the payments going to be in smaller manageable parts. Isn’t it great? 

You can pick any connection type option whether it’s Gigantic Fibre with the speed up to 900Mbps or standard ADSL or VDSL broadband

For now, Pay Weekly and Pay Fortnightly options are only available with unlimited plans. If you need a smaller data allowance then Pay Monthly is the only option to go.

Slingshot Weekly broadband plans start from only $19.55 per week.

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