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  Reply # 1067147 16-Jun-2014 22:52
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The issue is when emails arrive subject filed ' MY INTERNET IS NOT WORKING FIX IT NOW '

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I can't login to my Trademe account says wrong user name / password




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  Reply # 1067148 16-Jun-2014 22:52
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solaybro: I see you are offering a modem for a fee, what modem is it?


Innbox v51 with a revised casing to deal with New Zealand climate (http://www.innbox.net/en/vdsl2-ethernet-gigabit-home-gateway) We have been through many modems in our time and we wanted one that covered ADSL, VDSL and fibre. Plus one that if our customers decided to leave will serve them well with other service providers. We send them out pre-configured so once the connection is complete its plug in and turn on.

With no contract it makes sense to offer a modem that is going to last, because we aren't trying to lock a customer in for a contract period to cover the modem cost.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1067149 16-Jun-2014 22:54
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johnr: The issue is when emails arrive subject filed ' MY INTERNET IS NOT WORKING FIX IT NOW '

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I can't login to my Trademe account says wrong user name / password



yes there are those cases.

"Indeed. You have time to think about your query and sum it up easily for those who can compose a techy related query without the need of voice communication."

Its easy for us but the average users dont exactly understand or think in the exact way we may do.




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  Reply # 1067155 16-Jun-2014 23:01
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johnr: The issue is when emails arrive subject filed ' MY INTERNET IS NOT WORKING FIX IT NOW '

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I can't login to my Trademe account says wrong user name / password



We haven't had that one yet, but no doubt it will come. We are focusing on a niche that is more tech savvy and would see value in the specific services we offer.

 

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  Reply # 1067159 16-Jun-2014 23:09
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I'm looking to move to the fibre scene soon - doing a bit of investigating. I'd certainly like to see what you have on offer if at all possible :) Cheers.



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  Reply # 1067160 16-Jun-2014 23:14
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Rappelle: I'm looking to move to the fibre scene soon - doing a bit of investigating. I'd certainly like to see what you have on offer if at all possible :) Cheers.


I am jealous. Even I don't have fibre access at home. Pm me your email and I will get an invite out to you so you can add us to your investigations.

The fibre process can take a bit longer if you have a shared access driveway, or cross-leased land. If this is the case make sure you have a quick word to your neighbours to expedite things.

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  Reply # 1067163 16-Jun-2014 23:20
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mynxnet:
Rappelle: I'm looking to move to the fibre scene soon - doing a bit of investigating. I'd certainly like to see what you have on offer if at all possible :) Cheers.


I am jealous. Even I don't have fibre access at home. Pm me your email and I will get an invite out to you so you can add us to your investigations.

The fibre process can take a bit longer if you have a shared access driveway, or cross-leased land. If this is the case make sure you have a quick word to your neighbours to expedite things.


It's not here yet! Chorus is in the 'build' phase for our apartment building. Apparently all we need is a splitter and some apartment wiring. I'm guessing just to install the ONT. I can see it in the hazy future, and can't wait wink

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  Reply # 1067166 16-Jun-2014 23:26
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Rappelle:
mynxnet:
Rappelle: I'm looking to move to the fibre scene soon - doing a bit of investigating. I'd certainly like to see what you have on offer if at all possible :) Cheers.


I am jealous. Even I don't have fibre access at home. Pm me your email and I will get an invite out to you so you can add us to your investigations.

The fibre process can take a bit longer if you have a shared access driveway, or cross-leased land. If this is the case make sure you have a quick word to your neighbours to expedite things.


It's not here yet! Chorus is in the 'build' phase for our apartment building. Apparently all we need is a splitter and some apartment wiring. I'm guessing just to install the ONT. I can see it in the hazy future, and can't wait wink


'build phase'

that could be anything from a few weeks to 6+ months.  :(




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  Reply # 1067168 16-Jun-2014 23:37
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Rappelle:
mynxnet:
Rappelle: I'm looking to move to the fibre scene soon - doing a bit of investigating. I'd certainly like to see what you have on offer if at all possible :) Cheers.


I am jealous. Even I don't have fibre access at home. Pm me your email and I will get an invite out to you so you can add us to your investigations.

The fibre process can take a bit longer if you have a shared access driveway, or cross-leased land. If this is the case make sure you have a quick word to your neighbours to expedite things.


It's not here yet! Chorus is in the 'build' phase for our apartment building. Apparently all we need is a splitter and some apartment wiring. I'm guessing just to install the ONT. I can see it in the hazy future, and can't wait wink


PM me your address and I will check it out for you and let you know the results. @BigPipeNZ is right when saying
could be anything from a few weeks to 6+ months.
Heres hoping for the few weeks :)



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  Reply # 1067205 17-Jun-2014 00:07
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A quick answer to a question that has been raised outside of the forum. All Mynxnet customers get a static IP address. No charges! 

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  Reply # 1067207 17-Jun-2014 00:16
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How is your provisoning and handover done? Directly by yourself manually or does the wholesale provider do it all for you?

Would be interested in seeing pricing and other such information




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  Reply # 1067211 17-Jun-2014 00:29
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lucky015: How is your provisoning and handover done? Directly by yourself manually or does the wholesale provider do it all for you?

Would be interested in seeing pricing and other such information


We work in conjunction with Vibe communications as a wholesaler, and have had a great experience so far. If the need arrises we step in and represent the customer, as they are our primary focus. Its the personal touch that makes all the difference when it comes to provisions.

If you would like some more info pm me your email and I will send you an invite.

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  Reply # 1067246 17-Jun-2014 07:48
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What's your international latency like? I'd love to see a traceroute to 12.129.223.32 :)

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  Reply # 1067424 17-Jun-2014 13:27
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Email support is great, I'm loving being a Bigpipe customer.

I was with Vibe before I moved the Bigpipe, Vibe are great too but Bigpipe offered unlimited traffic and Vibe did not.

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  Reply # 1067428 17-Jun-2014 13:31
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The fiber prices seem fine but ASDL and VDSL is pricey. Nice website though.







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