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  Reply # 983855 11-Feb-2014 08:17 Send private message

BigPipeNZ: 
Almost nobody cares about using IPv6 right now.

It's on our roadmap for sure, but is not an immediate concern.

give us a chance though, it's not like you can roll out IPv6 overnight.

Seems like an extremely shortsighted view. I guess you like spending more on CGNAT CAPEX than you otherwise would need to spend.

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  Reply # 983868 11-Feb-2014 08:51 Send private message

That turbo plan looks quiet tempting .....

Does Bigpipe have a transparent proxy? That would be the deciding factor for me.

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  Reply # 983895 11-Feb-2014 10:13 Send private message

Klipspringer: That turbo plan looks quiet tempting .....

Does Bigpipe have a transparent proxy? That would be the deciding factor for me.


they dont! can stream netflix in superHD

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  Reply # 983897 11-Feb-2014 10:16 Send private message

Chrizvi:
Klipspringer: That turbo plan looks quiet tempting .....

Does Bigpipe have a transparent proxy? That would be the deciding factor for me.


they dont! can stream netflix in superHD


How you streaming it?





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  Reply # 983898 11-Feb-2014 10:16 Send private message

PenultimateHop:
BigPipeNZ: 
Almost nobody cares about using IPv6 right now.

It's on our roadmap for sure, but is not an immediate concern.

give us a chance though, it's not like you can roll out IPv6 overnight.

Seems like an extremely shortsighted view. I guess you like spending more on CGNAT CAPEX than you otherwise would need to spend.


IPv6 is a massive piece of work to deploy and virtually nobody in the residential broadband space needs it right now.  
I'd much rather spend time on stuff like getting UFB out the door, improving customer experience for support etc. 






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  Reply # 983899 11-Feb-2014 10:17 Send private message

Klipspringer: That turbo plan looks quiet tempting .....

Does Bigpipe have a transparent proxy? That would be the deciding factor for me.


no transparent proxy.






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  Reply # 983917 11-Feb-2014 10:35 Send private message

So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?

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  Reply # 983920 11-Feb-2014 10:38 Send private message

Klipspringer: So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?


Bought Draytek 130 (with airport extreme in full bridge) and it's been awesome!



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  Reply # 983921 11-Feb-2014 10:42 Send private message

Klipspringer: So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?


sorry no.  Only credit card or visa debit.


For modems, it really depends on how techy you are.

Telecom sell a fairly decent VDSL modem/router for $150, but if you want to go higher end you have quite a few options, like the Fritzbox which is around $300-400

Draytek 130 at around $150 seems fairly popular as a standalone modem if you want to use a separate router.




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  Reply # 983923 11-Feb-2014 10:44 Send private message

Btw, I hope you accept AMEX? I need this because my boss paying my internet.. pls pls include this..

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  Reply # 983924 11-Feb-2014 10:48 Send private message

BigPipeNZ:
Klipspringer: So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?


sorry no.  Only credit card or visa debit.


For modems, it really depends on how techy you are.

Telecom sell a fairly decent VDSL modem/router for $150, but if you want to go higher end you have quite a few options, like the Fritzbox which is around $300-400

Draytek 130 at around $150 seems fairly popular as a standalone modem if you want to use a separate router.


Cheers for that. Is there a reason as to why you only accept credit cards? Surely it costs you guys more?

I'm pretty old school. I like to setup all my monthly payments via internet banking. I hate credit cards!!!



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  Reply # 983926 11-Feb-2014 10:50 Send private message

Chrizvi: Btw, I hope you accept AMEX? I need this because my boss paying my internet.. pls pls include this..


Sorry, not at this point.  Visa, Mastercard, or Visa Debit only.

We may add Amex at a later stage, but it adds more development work so we won't have it from April when we start charging.

Are you not able to get hold of a different card? Maybe use your own and claim it back from your boss?




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  Reply # 983927 11-Feb-2014 10:50 Send private message

One more question. Do you supply GST receipts?

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  Reply # 983928 11-Feb-2014 10:50 Send private message

Klipspringer:
BigPipeNZ:
Klipspringer: So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?


sorry no.  Only credit card or visa debit.


For modems, it really depends on how techy you are.

Telecom sell a fairly decent VDSL modem/router for $150, but if you want to go higher end you have quite a few options, like the Fritzbox which is around $300-400

Draytek 130 at around $150 seems fairly popular as a standalone modem if you want to use a separate router.


Cheers for that. Is there a reason as to why you only accept credit cards? Surely it costs you guys more?

I'm pretty old school. I like to setup all my monthly payments via internet banking. I hate credit cards!!!


Small price to pay for easier credit control processes




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  Reply # 983929 11-Feb-2014 10:52 Send private message

Beccara:
Klipspringer:
BigPipeNZ:
Klipspringer: So I see I need to supply my own VDSL modem. Can you guys recommend any?

I also see that you only accepting credit card payments. Is it possible for me to setup payments via internet banking?


sorry no.  Only credit card or visa debit.


For modems, it really depends on how techy you are.

Telecom sell a fairly decent VDSL modem/router for $150, but if you want to go higher end you have quite a few options, like the Fritzbox which is around $300-400

Draytek 130 at around $150 seems fairly popular as a standalone modem if you want to use a separate router.


Cheers for that. Is there a reason as to why you only accept credit cards? Surely it costs you guys more?

I'm pretty old school. I like to setup all my monthly payments via internet banking. I hate credit cards!!!


Small price to pay for easier credit control processes


Snap is actually exactly the same.

However they have not billed my credit card in over a year because I have setup an automated payment into their account every month. Its not listed as one of their payment methods but they don't seem to mind.

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