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Topic # 14120 16-Jun-2007 14:46 Send private message

Hi

Currently I am using woosh but its kinda slow.
I really would like to find another wireless connection in Auckland.
Could you please give me any suggestions.


Ty very much

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  Reply # 74899 16-Jun-2007 15:58 Send private message

It really depends on how much data you'll require. For light to moderate users, I recommend looking at either Vodafones data services or Telecoms - both offer reasonable speeds around Auckland on HSPDA and EVDO Rev 0 or Rev A. 




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  Reply # 74900 16-Jun-2007 16:24 Send private message

Fixed or mobile?

There is some reasonably priced fixed 60GHz and 80GHz DMR kit which will do Gig E at up to ~5km now days. Only $35,000 NZD or so.

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Reply # 74901 16-Jun-2007 16:35 Send private message

Fraktul:
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  Reply # 74902 16-Jun-2007 16:40 Send private message

Innocent Cannot help myself sometimes.

On a more serious note, if you are actually looking at a consumer level fixed wireless service then NZ Wireless/GASP, Wired Country/Compass and Kordia all have coverage of Auckland.

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Reply # 74903 16-Jun-2007 17:22 Send private message

How much do you use every month? Are CDMA (Telecom NZ) or HSDPA (Vodafone NZ) viable alternatives?





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