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Topic # 116644 5-May-2013 18:12
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I am currently considering joining Flip.

I want to know if you can watch 1080p video on youtube on flip without buffering all the time. I am specifically asking because when I was with Telstra Clear a few years ago they were getting poor speeds on youtube. They fixed these speeds by buying something and then everything improved.

Will I be able to watch 1080 or at least 720p Youtube on flip?
I would be going on the "No Cap" plan if that changes anything.

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  Reply # 816863 13-May-2013 16:34
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My experience with FLIP could not get worst! You tube videos use to take minutes to load and the majority of times not even loaded! Do not go to FLIP!

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  Reply # 816935 13-May-2013 18:30
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My experience with Flip was fine, no buffering issues with Youtube, iSky or TVNZ Ondemand. I was 100M from a cabinet however and it was when they first launched last year. I left only because I wanted services I couldn't get with them.

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