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Old 20-03-2018, 04:27 PM   #45
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Not a western sinkie but I tot I might just come in with some tots. I think in consideration of the pricing and such, it might actually be better to think a couple of years ahead.

The price might be super attractive now but will there be a nasty turn of policy a couple of years down the road? Is the cheapest plan gonna be 100% low price forever? What will happen if oil prices suddenly shoot up due to XXX or YYY factors, how will it affect the pricing. Is there fine prints that allow these company to up the price as and when they like it?

Imho, it would perhaps be wiser to find out all you guys could, before committing to one of them.
That requires very deep thinking on whether will oil prices go up or down. Those who choose discounts will get cheaper prices when prices are down. But slightly expensive when there is surge.
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