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Master Geek


  # 555952 9-Dec-2011 15:07
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hmmm, wonder how much I could download over the weekend :)



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  # 555953 9-Dec-2011 15:11
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Hey guys!

On monday post here how much traffic you guys move over the weekend! We would be very keen to know how much you all do!!!

 




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Ultimate Geek


  # 555955 9-Dec-2011 15:12
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that sounds like a challenge if ever I heard one :)




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Master Geek


  # 555960 9-Dec-2011 15:26
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well thanks to snap hassling telecom until they fixed my speed issues, I have no idea what I can do in a weekend :) - so this will be a good test....


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Wannabe Geek


  # 555961 9-Dec-2011 15:27
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I hope there'll be a separate graph & usage breakdown for the free weekend as there has been in the past?



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  # 555965 9-Dec-2011 15:39
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There will be a different graph for this weekend - it will be available from 8Pm tonight until 8am on Monday the 19th Dec!




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Master Geek


  # 555966 9-Dec-2011 15:39
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For those who are capped (including me from downloading shogun 2 only partially from the Snap content server, grrrrr) will speeds be returned to the usual for the weekend?

 
 
 
 




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  # 555968 9-Dec-2011 15:42
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Yup! All caps will be removed at 8pm!

"Existing customers who are over their data caps can make use of the Free Weekend. Snap will remove all data caps for everyone at 8pm Friday night." 
http://www.snap.net.nz/support/news/11/en/snap-removes-the-cap.html
 




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Master Geek


  # 555970 9-Dec-2011 15:46
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Sweeeet.



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  # 555975 9-Dec-2011 16:01
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Master Geek


  # 556052 9-Dec-2011 19:50
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Modem is all tweaked and ready :D

ADSL Link Downstream Upstream
Connection Speed 26707 kbps 1272 kbps
Line Attenuation 3.0 db 1.3 db
Noise Margin 1.9 db 12.7 db



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  # 556055 9-Dec-2011 19:56
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on your marks!

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  # 556056 9-Dec-2011 19:57
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Go!



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  # 556058 9-Dec-2011 20:02
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GOOOOOO!!!!!!




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Master Geek


  # 556059 9-Dec-2011 20:04
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Cool Grins lots - it's time...

Geee Napster, I thought I was doing good at getting 11.44 down, but your 22.87 make me look like a snail... (any tips??)


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