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  Reply # 521987 16-Sep-2011 14:47 Send private message

NonprayingMantis: Cable plans were given a huge datacap upgrade late last year weren't they around October


What's Moores law?




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  Reply # 522000 16-Sep-2011 15:08 Send private message

NonprayingMantis: Cable plans were given a huge datacap upgrade late last year weren't they around October


They were indeed... but cable customers should watch this space!

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  Reply # 522082 16-Sep-2011 17:31 Send private message

When will the changes kick in? from the end of September in the middle of our billing cycle or just from our next billing cycle half way through October?

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  Reply # 522087 16-Sep-2011 17:54 Send private message

DonGould:
NonprayingMantis: Cable plans were given a huge datacap upgrade late last year weren't they around October


What's Moores law?


Moore's law has to do with processing power (specifically the number of transistors that can be placed on integrated circuits), not broadband data caps.

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NonprayingMantis: Cable plans were given a huge datacap upgrade late last year weren't they around October


They were indeed... but cable customers should watch this space!


Sounds good, hope I don't go over my limit hitting refresh.

 
NonprayingMantis:
Moore's law has to do with processing power (specifically the number of transistors that can be placed on integrated circuits), not broadband data caps.


What do you call the NZ network speed law? Snails pace.

xD

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  Reply # 526613 28-Sep-2011 09:04 Send private message

TelstraClear:
NonprayingMantis: Cable plans were given a huge datacap upgrade late last year weren't they around October


They were indeed... but cable customers should watch this space!


 

The smaller plans got lots of love but the bigger ones proportionally did not. Hopefully this time we do. 

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