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Topic # 141106 1-Mar-2014 13:52 Send private message

Hi, i just arrived auckland this week and will be staying in Waldorf st martins which is just nearby grafton bridge.

Ive been using Woosh wireless broadband last year and their service are really slow. It can be really frustating sometimes as i cant even access university website to do my assignments.

Waldorf dosent allow usage of copper or fibre line in their building so i just have wireless option here.

My question is, is there any other alternative for wireless broadband which is reasonably good price and reliable.

Thanks

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  Reply # 997066 1-Mar-2014 14:32 Send private message

2degrees broadband zone data - $99/12GB/6mth

Or possibly Wireless Nation if you're within range.

Woosh is cr@p.

Or keep an eye on my thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=73&topicid=140992

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  Reply # 997067 1-Mar-2014 14:34 Send private message

Vodafone offers PrepayData packages which lasts 3 to 6 months 3GB to 5GB, This is national data as well so it can be used right around NZ

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/mobile-broadband/prepay/




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