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#64963 26-Jul-2010 20:04
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Hi,

Im moving off Big time this week for obsessive reasons....

These guys look good

12month contract . anyone can sign onto the business plans...

http://www.nznet.co.nz/

im thinking of going for 100GB for $109.95 ex GST naked DSL.

Any thoughts? Its $99 to get out of the contract... Hoping someone would have used them before.
 

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#360428 30-Jul-2010 22:01
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I'm in the same boat (telecom Big time user looking for new high GB plan)
I'm going to sign up to nznet's 100GB naked plan soon. will post how it go's. They have a new 200gb naked DSL plan for $139.95 now too.



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  #361195 1-Aug-2010 21:19
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I cant see this plan on their web site

 
 
 
 


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  #361488 2-Aug-2010 12:12
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Kickass: I cant see this plan on their web site


 

A sales stuff member mentioned it in a email.

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  #361651 2-Aug-2010 15:17
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Try it and let us know how it goes!

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  #361687 2-Aug-2010 16:00
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But it does not have unlimited night downloading. :(

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  #362744 4-Aug-2010 07:25
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sep11guy: But it does not have unlimited night downloading. :(


Really, who needs more than 200gb data a month? I think I understand why bigtime failed, if people were doing more than 200gb a month, well then that's just crazy to think you going to get something for free forever




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  #367079 13-Aug-2010 10:55
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Kickass: Hi,

Im moving off Big time this week for obsessive reasons....

These guys look good

12month contract . anyone can sign onto the business plans...

http://www.nznet.co.nz/

im thinking of going for 100GB for $109.95 ex GST naked DSL.

Any thoughts? Its $99 to get out of the contract... Hoping someone would have used them before.
 


Hiya, just wondered if you had actually made the move, and if so how is it working out?

Has anyone actually done any business with NZNET?

I'm looking to jump from Telecom Business Pro, I keep going over the 60GB every single month ... it would appear to make sense to go with these guys, 100GB for the same price, why wouldn't you?

Cheers

 
 
 
 


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  #367084 13-Aug-2010 11:03
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I would be interested in them if they can offer same / better speeds than telecom

I dont want to go slingshot because many are complaining off poor speeds and service.

Any feedback on NZ net's service?

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  #367114 13-Aug-2010 11:46
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Some good looking plans. $10 for 90GB of extra data is a bit of a jump for regular internet users. No information on the webasite about churn charges, contract length etc. Anyone have that information?

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  #367117 13-Aug-2010 12:01
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This is the info they sent me:
 

 


Thank you for your time and opportunity to present this quote to you.

NZNet has been operating since 1994 and can offer a number of tailored services that meet your business needs such as:
Digital phone lines ($29.95/month) with advanced features
High Speed Fibre
Wireless services (including Hot Spots)
FibreLink fast internet
Anti spam
Web/domain hosting
Domain hosting
Server Co-location (keep your server in our datacentre)
Insured Automated Offsite Backup

 

Once-off Charges:

DSL Full Install/Naked DSL Install $149.95

DSL – Assisted NZNet Install $95.00

DSL – Self Install No Charge

Re-Configuration of your existing Router $45.00





Other Charges:

DSL – Transfer Fee (transfer to new name) $29.95

DSL – Plan change – Admin Fee $10.00

DSL – Move Fee (moving location of connection) $99.00



Please note:
All DSL connections, other than a “Naked DSL” requires a phone line
Installation time frame for a DSL connection is 3 – 6 weeks, depending on availability
Requisitioning of a DSL connection can only commence once a signed order is received, along with a copy of your most recent phone bill
VoIP services over DSL cannot be guaranteed

All prices are exclusive of GST.

Exception of this quotation is subject to a 12 month contract term.

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  #367119 13-Aug-2010 12:05
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From their site...
"All DSL connections cancelled within 12 months are subject to a $99 disconnection fee.
This is the amount charged by the Lines Company and is simply passed on."

Maybe they only offer 12 month contracts.....

Ive never been charged a churn fee across 4 different ISPs, does any ISP still charge them ?




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  #367239 13-Aug-2010 16:23
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I was given a similar quote. However, I am puzzled by the install fee. The only time I've seen an install fee around $150 for DSL is when a splitter is involved, yet they seem to charge the fee regardless if whether or not a splitter is installed and if DSL is already active on the line.




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  #367386 13-Aug-2010 21:52
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icepicknz:
sep11guy: But it does not have unlimited night downloading. :(


Really, who needs more than 200gb data a month? I think I understand why bigtime failed, if people were doing more than 200gb a month, well then that's just crazy to think you going to get something for free forever


What part of it was free ?

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  #368909 17-Aug-2010 20:59
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Hi, has any one been using NZNET yet n are they a good service provider ? I'm in Te KUITI and have just moved here yet now require a broadband provider as I was in Rural an used a Rural provider before and VOIP for phone lines. So I need a good fast provider here in Te KUITI

Can any one comment thanks

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  #398664 1-Nov-2010 17:22

Many small businesses only have a few people working for them . Many businesses are just one man bands. There are very small margins in the ISP business, so you can't expect them to get more staff, if they don't have the money to pay them. It is a chicken and egg scenario.

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