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Topic # 111435 3-Nov-2012 12:23
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Hi,

Does anyone have a copy of (or a link to) Snap's UFB pricing? The only page that I can get to tells me "from $75/month" and the rest of the details seem to be hidden behind an address checker. With Orcon telling me that UFB will be "available shortly" in my area, I'm trying to shop around and see what else is available but that's tricky when Snap's site isn't being forthcoming with the information.

Can anyone help?
Thanks :)

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  Reply # 711320 3-Nov-2012 12:31
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=106835



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  Reply # 711331 3-Nov-2012 12:34
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Ahaha, I'd even posted in that thread back in August! *embarrassed*

Anyway, the details are near the bottom of the first page:

Extra data: $10 for 20Gb, $15 for 60Gb, $25 for 145Gb, $40 for 250Gb, $70 for 550Gb

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 711342 3-Nov-2012 12:59
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Heh, all good, I've done the same thing myself before more than once! :D

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