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Topic # 25368 19-Aug-2008 19:06 Send private message

I'm moving 42kms west of Hastings to a rural property very soon and am trying to find a wireless provider that can give me a decent anount of data (like 25GBs), but not necessarily the fastest speed. I also want to save money where possible too as i'm currently on Slingshot for $30 a month! New address has no landline. Has anyone got any good suggestions?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 158086 19-Aug-2008 19:09 Send private message

Move back to town




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  Reply # 158091 19-Aug-2008 19:21 Send private message

You could try airnet, They are Wifi so if you have line of sight you should be fine



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  Reply # 158102 19-Aug-2008 19:44 Send private message

cheers boby55 i'll give them a call tomorrow. i contacted them 2 1/2 ago and they were really expensive but maybe prices have gone down. they don't list their prices so i am a bit suspicious!

johnr, i'm moving more rural for a reason - i love it!!! and its the best place to raise a family!



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Reply # 158249 20-Aug-2008 09:47 Send private message

Airnet says we're too far out :(
i know we can get farmside but you don't get much data allowance, except on the wireless plan where you have to sign your life away for 3 years! its pretty expensive too.

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