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Topic # 129016 31-Aug-2013 21:02
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Saw this on the website: "iSKY un-metering applies to all Vodafone fixed line broadband plans at home until further notice. ESPN3.com on iSKY is not un-metered and will count toward your fixed broadband usage."

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/tv/sky/isky/

Can someone from Vodafone please confirm if "all Vodafone fixed line broadband plans at home" include the InHome cable broadband customers too?

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  Reply # 887565 31-Aug-2013 21:04
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I am sure it does not include the cable network yet,

Edit: Just read the INFO on the page Maybe it has changed now I have been away on holiday and could of missed the changes

Can anyone else confirm this?

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  Reply # 887572 31-Aug-2013 21:16
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Yup. It is working for me (Christchurch InHome) when it was still TelstraClear. It was probably a year ago it was okay.

Not sure of the unmeterred though. I have 150GB to burn, so not monitoring the data trickle.




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  Reply # 887580 31-Aug-2013 21:31
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I'm not aware of it being unmetered on cable.




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  Reply # 887694 1-Sep-2013 08:40
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Thanks for all the feedback - we (InHome cable customers) need a definitive answer to clear-up the confusion created by the wording on the Vodafone website. 

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  Reply # 887700 1-Sep-2013 08:59
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Wow. Cool. Sky say that no ISP's unmeter isky so it is great to see that Vodafone still unmeter it particularly after the move to Akamai.

https://skytv.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1212/kw/isky%20data





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  Reply # 887701 1-Sep-2013 09:00
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Oops. Just read the very very small print at the bottom of the Vodafone page on isky. Obviously no-one is unmetered now.....

Someone from Vodafone here - it may pay to remove the large font stuff about it being unmetered.




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  Reply # 888526 2-Sep-2013 20:07
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Still no official word on this...

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