Is this a good deal?
Their 800 Mbps internet plan is 109/mo. I will need a static IP which they charge $5/mo for (I am currently with big pipe who charged a one off $50)
For a house near Pakuranga in Auckland the lower power user rate is 0.25 per kWh and a daily charge of 0.60
I'm currently with powershop who seems to charge 0.25 - 0.35 per kWh and has a daily charge of 0.69 - with the expectation that you use their power packs to get savings discounts.
One of the options with Trust Power is that if you pay $300 then you can get a fridge that sells at Harvey Norman or Farmers for $1999 at the moment with the Easter sales.
My current math is:
$2000 worth of fridge
- $300 top up to get the larger model of fridge
- $120 ($5 extra for static IP over 2 years)
= 1580 savings
Unless the cost in power worked out to be 1580 more expensive than I am paying currently, I don't see how this could be a bad deal - or neutral.
Am I missing anything? Thanks