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# 173836 8-Jun-2015 12:03
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Hi guys, 

We're looking for trial customers for UFB on Bigpipe. We are looking for anyone who currently has UFB in Dunedin running with another ISP who is willing to test out Bigpipe's awesome unlimited plans. This is a free 3 month trial. 

Our sweet as unlimited plans are:

100Mbps download 20Mbps upload

200Mbps download 20Mbps upload

200Mbps download 200Mbps upload 

If you're UFB ready in Dunedin and keen to be a trial customer with us (it'll be free for the term of the trial) please send us a private message with your details, address and current provider and we can provide you with more details and check your eligibility for the trial. 

Feel free to ask any questions :-) 

Cheers, 
The Bigpipe People 




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  # 1319305 8-Jun-2015 12:05
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inb4 people start asking about 'gigatown'

Are you guys planning on lighting up a second port on the ONT?



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  # 1319367 8-Jun-2015 13:27
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1)  We will have Gigatown plans,  but details not finalised yet so just offering our current plans up for the purpose of the trial.  Once we have gigatown, trialists will be able to move to the gigatown plans at no charge. (for most people 1Gb is massive overkill anyway)


2) We might do 2nd port on an exception basis if we really like you, but we don't have any plans to offer it as standard.





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  # 1324296 14-Jun-2015 00:00
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BigPipeNZ: 
2) We might do 2nd port on an exception basis if we really like you, but we don't have any plans to offer it as standard.


Been there, tried that, didn't work (as in Chorus couldn't get it right and I actually never ended up with service).




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  # 1324310 14-Jun-2015 06:19
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michaelmurfy:
BigPipeNZ: 
2) We might do 2nd port on an exception basis if we really like you, but we don't have any plans to offer it as standard.


Been there, tried that, didn't work (as in Chorus couldn't get it right and I actually never ended up with service).


I got MyRepublic to do a port 2 install. No trouble at all. I'm in a UFF area.

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  # 1324350 14-Jun-2015 09:36
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deadlyllama:
michaelmurfy:
BigPipeNZ: 
2) We might do 2nd port on an exception basis if we really like you, but we don't have any plans to offer it as standard.


Been there, tried that, didn't work (as in Chorus couldn't get it right and I actually never ended up with service).


I got MyRepublic to do a port 2 install. No trouble at all. I'm in a UFF area.


I know UFF works :) Just Chorus are a little strange.




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