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  Reply # 197332 22-Feb-2009 18:45
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Wouldn't touch Compass with a Barge Pole.

They're only after your money and I know loads of people who have moved from them because of lousy service and deceptive billing practices.

Nuff said!

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  Reply # 198570 28-Feb-2009 22:10
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See my posting about my experiences with compass wireless.  

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=49&TopicId=30997



i have to agree with Teleteks comments about deceptive billing practices.  They are complete cowboys - do not trust their billing.

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  Reply # 198772 2-Mar-2009 14:10
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HI there
wanting to get compass wireless I've seen about the billing issues but this is a last resort, I want to play Xbox live on xbox 360 wondering if this service will be anygood for this, I'm in chch and have a good line of sight to sugarloaf. Whats the overseas pings like and national ping like etc. any light on this would be great.
Thanks

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