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Topic # 113612 22-Jan-2013 13:41
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Hi, just wondering as I am keenly anticipating the higher speeds for wireless....as a customer it would be nice to know what the plans are for this year...

Regards Laurie

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  Reply # 748795 22-Jan-2013 13:55
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Hi Laurie,

Thank you for your enquiry.

We are currently in the testing phase for a 10Mbps plan, which we hope to release on our WiMax network over the coming months.

Testing is currently ongoing on our Waiatarua base station which is based on the Waitakere Ranges, if there are any customers who are currently on this base staton and would like to test the 10Mbps plan, they can contact us at letsgetwireless@compass.net.nz

Thanks,

Compass Wireless.

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  Reply # 748797 22-Jan-2013 13:57
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johnr: I would be amazed if they come onto a public forum and post what plans they have over the coming 12 months

Consider yourself amazed, I guess :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 748798 22-Jan-2013 13:57
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johnr: I would be amazed if they come onto a public forum and post what plans they have over the coming 12 months

12 minutes later......

Edit: So amazed he deletes the post.. lol

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Reply # 748799 22-Jan-2013 13:59
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garvani:
johnr: I would be amazed if they come onto a public forum and post what plans they have over the coming 12 months

12 minutes later......

Edit: So amazed he deletes the post.. lol


Yep was not expecting that but when I read the OP it was directed at speed I thought they wanted to know what plans as in pricing and data caps



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  Reply # 748829 22-Jan-2013 14:36
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Thanks for the update...always no harm in asking.......and although Compass may be a privately owned company (?)...publicly listed ones are expected to update shareholders with plans for the future.....

On the other hand I understand of course that Compass would or may prefer to keep "mum" on commercially sensitive plans etc....

Thanks/Regards....Laurie

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