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Topic # 110763 15-Oct-2012 16:05 Send private message

Very good article in NZ Herald:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/internet/news/article.cfm?c_id=137&objectid=10840508





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  Reply # 701565 15-Oct-2012 16:06 Send private message

Do you mean GB?




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  Reply # 701571 15-Oct-2012 16:12 Send private message

LOL at that guy. He runs an ISP but doesn't understand thinks traffic around NZ is free. LOL WTF?! Telecom still do charge smaller players to hand over traffic albeit they do have peering points if you want to pay the backhaul for them and Telstra doesn't even have this.

Reminds me of that guy posting on ehre who wanted to overbuild the Hamilton fibre network.





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  Reply # 701572 15-Oct-2012 16:16 Send private message


shifting traffic around New Zealand is essentially free


Yeah right..




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  Reply # 701585 15-Oct-2012 16:34 Send private message

johnr: Do you mean GB?


Yes, the journalist means GB. Not me.

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  Reply # 701591 15-Oct-2012 16:37 Send private message

Zeon: LOL at that guy. He runs an ISP but doesn't understand thinks traffic around NZ is free. LOL WTF?! Telecom still do charge smaller players to hand over traffic albeit they do have peering points if you want to pay the backhaul for them and Telstra doesn't even have this.

Reminds me of that guy posting on ehre who wanted to overbuild the Hamilton fibre network.


TelstraClear and Telecom both require transit to be purchased as neither openly peer like other ISP's do at APE or WIX.


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