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Topic # 128997 31-Aug-2013 08:44 Send private message

Is there a limit with NZ isp's for international speed?
If so, what is it?

Currently on 100mb UFB but seems like international connectivity is extremely low?




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  Reply # 887290 31-Aug-2013 09:03 Send private message

It's a shared pool of bandwidth of X (what ever ISP buys) that is shared across all users






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  Reply # 887295 31-Aug-2013 09:11 Send private message

Is it a dedicated share or a share amongst users on current usage?
Out of interest sakes, what is Vodafone's "X"?




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  Reply # 887296 31-Aug-2013 09:12 Send private message

Depends on how the ISP decides to share that pool of X and if the ISP offers a uncapped plan so these users would share a smaller pool of X





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  Reply # 887297 31-Aug-2013 09:15 Send private message

Bandwidth requirements change all the time so it's not static






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  Reply # 887299 31-Aug-2013 09:19 Send private message

is this standard to ISP's worldwide?




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  Reply # 887300 31-Aug-2013 09:25 Send private message

All ISPs have a bandwidth / capacity plan and this needs to be managed so Yes

Capacity planning is going on just about with any business




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