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#185200 13-Nov-2015 15:21
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Hi all, looking at ordering a new UFB connection in Tauranga asap and would like some advice please on what ISP can provide a reliable, fast connection and low latency. At the moment I think I'll go with a 100/20 plan. I'm with Bigpipe at the moment but they can't provide UFB down there so open to hearing some recommendations? I've been eyeing up Voyager, are they any good? Looks like they have a pretty good deal going at the moment. 

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  #1427662 13-Nov-2015 16:28
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I think we're as fast as it gets here.

Latency optimal as we terminate your session on a BNG in Tauranga, not some random POP elsewhere.


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