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# 100273 6-Apr-2012 18:50
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I had been on a 10 GB Lite Home Plan which I never did manage to ever use up being an old old bugger requiring heaps of naps. Now Telecom have generously increased my data to 30 GB with the extra 20 GB gratis.
Puuuuuuuuurlease be so kind as to offer suggestions on how to get through this data and maintain my beauty sleeps  *grin*

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  # 606202 6-Apr-2012 18:58
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  # 606233 6-Apr-2012 19:59
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Just ignore it if you have no use for it

 
 
 
 


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  # 606234 6-Apr-2012 20:03
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Really? somehow 3 of us are smashing 100gig every month. so 30 each is still not enough

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  # 606242 6-Apr-2012 20:32
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Put it on TradeMe...

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  # 606243 6-Apr-2012 20:35
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Get WiFi access point and offer your data up around the neighbourhood

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  # 606244 6-Apr-2012 20:35
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Sell it back to Telecom at a profit

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  # 606273 6-Apr-2012 22:13
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  # 606277 6-Apr-2012 22:26
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tedzart: I had been on a 10 GB Lite Home Plan which I never did manage to ever use up being an old old bugger requiring heaps of naps. Now Telecom have generously increased my data to 30 GB with the extra 20 GB gratis.
Puuuuuuuuurlease be so kind as to offer suggestions on how to get through this data and maintain my beauty sleeps? *grin*


Watch more of your tv on demand at high resolution.

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  # 606289 6-Apr-2012 22:43
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youtube
pron
quickflix
pron
tvnzondemand
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torrent a bunch of things
pron


and so on...

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  # 606290 6-Apr-2012 23:02
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I'm waiting for my upgrade from 60GB to 80GB. One of my colleagues at work already has 80GB. Seems to be being done at the start of the billing cycle.

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  # 606293 6-Apr-2012 23:07
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quickymart: I'm waiting for my upgrade from 60GB to 80GB. One of my colleagues at work already has 80GB. Seems to be being done at the start of the billing cycle.


60GB is going to 120GB, not 80GB.

there already was an 80GB plan.  that is changing to 160GB.

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  # 606312 7-Apr-2012 07:59
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Okay, I have Total Home then with 20GB and unlimited national calling, with an upgrade to Pro data (60GB). What's going to happen to that one?

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  # 606317 7-Apr-2012 08:57
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If you are on the Total Home package with pro data, according to this page you will go to 120GB:

http://www.telecom.co.nz/whatsnew/moredata



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  # 606345 7-Apr-2012 10:44
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hmmmmmmmmpfh! I have been up all night looking at those suggestions *blush* from
Nonpraying Mantis. I am now completely worn out and a third of my data has gone *tsk tsk*

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michaelmurfy: Download Linux ISO's

Use / Learn Linux. (Actually)


Do people really do that?




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