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  # 1621060 1-Sep-2016 21:32
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I got an email today from Enable about it, they said its 500 up?

 

 

 

"It runs at the maximum physical limits of the current residential on-property Enable network equipment – with a maximum download speed of 1Gbps and maximum upload speed of 550Mbps."


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  # 1621071 1-Sep-2016 21:58
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BigPipeNZ:

 

It's my last day at Bigpipe tomorrow.

 

Josh, Darklord and Flickky are still around to keep the meme dream alive.

 

 

 

 

 

oh wow really? 

 

 

 

best of luck!





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  # 1621106 2-Sep-2016 00:04
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So the features within the app aren't available via the website and no Windows Mobile app is available. Will the Windows users ever see any love?


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  # 1621114 2-Sep-2016 00:34
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UHD:

 

no Windows Mobile app is available. Will the Windows users ever see any love?

 

 

 

 


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  # 1621171 2-Sep-2016 08:51
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UHD:

 

So the features within the app aren't available via the website and no Windows Mobile app is available. Will the Windows users ever see any love?

 

 

I too welcome the microsoft overlords with open arms, and hence have the best phone eva; a Nokia Lumia 420. 
When will Bagpipe stop oppressing the true winners of the mobile OS wars and give us the support we deserve. 

 


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  # 1621487 2-Sep-2016 15:59
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Gigabit upgrade somewhere I'm not? Zzzz.

I was hoping for an IPv6 update. At least it would apply to me. ;)




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  # 1621805 3-Sep-2016 09:12
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Detruire: Gigabit upgrade somewhere I'm not? Zzzz.

I was hoping for an IPv6 update. At least it would apply to me. ;)


Chorus have been looking in to Gigabit too, they just don't have an exact launch date yet. Also regarding IPv6, watch this space ;)





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  # 1624142 5-Sep-2016 17:17
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Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 


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  # 1624144 5-Sep-2016 17:21
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Athlonite:

 

Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 

 

 

Can't please those 0.2%...





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  # 1624145 5-Sep-2016 17:22
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DarkLord:

 

 

 

Hi There,

 

Our app is designed and built internally. We have an awesome team who do incredible things :D

 

 

 

 

Just not for Widows Phone right bleeding typical we always get forgotten about 


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  # 1624148 5-Sep-2016 17:23
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michaelmurfy:

 

Athlonite:

 

Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 

 

 

Can't please those 0.2%...

 

 

 

 

Yeah but I'm happy not to be a sheeple using crapple or candroid 


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  # 1624149 5-Sep-2016 17:24
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Athlonite:

 

Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 

 

 

Yeah! All those Windows phones must make up a big percentage of Bigpipe's customers, right?

 

What I'm really waiting for is the Blackberry app...

 

 

 

http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3323017

 

 

 

You are an edge case, Windows Phone is dead, get used to it.


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  # 1624153 5-Sep-2016 17:28
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slingynz:

 

Athlonite:

 

Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 

 

 

Yeah! All those Windows phones must make up a big percentage of Bigpipe's customers, right?

 

What I'm really waiting for is the Blackberry app...

 

 

 

http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3323017

 

 

 

You are an edge case, Windows Phone is dead, get used to it.

 

 

 

 

And the reason it's dying exactly what I said companies refuse to support it maybe if more did then Windows Phone would be a viable third choice for people instead of being forced to use Android or iOS devices just so you can use an app 


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  # 1624180 5-Sep-2016 17:48
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Athlonite:

 

slingynz:

 

Athlonite:

 

Great yet one more business that forgets about Windows Phone when doing aps for services 

 

 

Yeah! All those Windows phones must make up a big percentage of Bigpipe's customers, right?

 

What I'm really waiting for is the Blackberry app...

 

 

 

http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3323017

 

 

 

You are an edge case, Windows Phone is dead, get used to it.

 

 

 

 

And the reason it's dying exactly what I said companies refuse to support it maybe if more did then Windows Phone would be a viable third choice for people instead of being forced to use Android or iOS devices just so you can use an app 

 

 

 

 

it's not dying.  it's dead.  Give up.

 

It had it's chance when it launched.  Lots of companies built windows phone back then.  But nobody bought windows phones.

 

 


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  # 1625688 8-Sep-2016 14:14
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So... https://www.chorus.co.nz/chorus-launches-gigabit-wholesale-broadband-services-nationwide

 

When can we expect Bigpipe to give the rest us 1Gbps?


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