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Topic # 81783 18-Apr-2011 15:28
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I have just moved from Telecom/Sky to Telstra Clear. The move was without hassle and all installs done when promised and no dramas at all. They did a great job and the broad band performance compared to Telecom is fantastic. I was averaging between 5-6mbps on Telecom and now averaging 15mbps on Telstra.

The T-Box performance is great with picture quality on our 58" Samsung better than what we were getting on MySky. I have recorded a few programmes without issues and there has been no glitches. The HD performance is great.

Well done Telstra Clear the most painless change I have ever done.  The I staff dealt with were great and knew their products so the entire experience was very professional and customer friendly.




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  Reply # 460593 19-Apr-2011 17:53
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Thanks KiwiNZ - please let me know if there's anything I can help you with.
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