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  # 1767539 19-Apr-2017 19:50
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Sorry, was on mobile and posted to the wrong person.

 

@tefo1400 please be aware being rude is against our rules. People are here to help and they aren't being paid for that.





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  # 1767577 19-Apr-2017 21:16
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Bung:

 

hio77:

 

 

 

With that said, since you don't wish to actually seek support, i would have to deem this thread a soapbox...

 

 

 

 

tefo1400 jumped into  nzpilot1181's thread. 

 

 

Yes, my apologizes i was in the middle of things and jumped to multi accounting

 

Noticed it later, but apparently my post correction didnt get sent.. 





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  # 1771497 27-Apr-2017 19:40
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Thought I'd give Skinny Wireless another try (tried it out a few months back but found the data caps too restrictive), disappointed to see after my first day of testing that whilst I could get 30Mb/s down/up during the day, this evening I'm maxing out around 5Mb/s. Guess I'll return the modem and stick with my ADSL connection. 


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  # 1771576 27-Apr-2017 21:37
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D.W:

Thought I'd give Skinny Wireless another try (tried it out a few months back but found the data caps too restrictive), disappointed to see after my first day of testing that whilst I could get 30Mb/s down/up during the day, this evening I'm maxing out around 5Mb/s. Guess I'll return the modem and stick with my ADSL connection. 



Yep, Truenet rates fixed wireless around the same level as ADSL... I'd say they've oversubscribed their current capacity but it's still a better deal for me that Chorus rediculous $2,600 connection fee for the 1/2m between my copper and theirs!

https://truenet.nz/story/2017/03/first-report-fixed-wireless-technology

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