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#146839 30-May-2014 17:04
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We know a lot of Bigpipe customers are pretty big gamers, so we thought it would be pretty sweet to give away some cool latest gen stuff to make the most out of their fast, unlimited, Bigpipe connection.

So next month (June) we are giving away a PS4 every single day.  How do you enter?  Easy - just be a Bigpipe customer.

Every active Bigpipe customer will automatically go into a random draw every day in June to win a PS4 and a 3 month PSPlus subscription (free games, cheap deals, special offers etc) - that's 30 chances to win for every customer.

PSplus has just upped the ante to 2 new games to download every month on each platform,  which makes it an even better deal

Best of luck!  









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  #1056650 30-May-2014 17:05
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every single DAY? WOW





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  #1056655 30-May-2014 17:16
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You guys are spending a lot of money on your customers.







 
 
 
 




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  #1056658 30-May-2014 17:23
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solaybro: You guys are spending a lot of money on your customers.

Best people to spend money on don't you think? :)




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  #1056662 30-May-2014 17:28
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BigPipeNZ:
solaybro: You guys are spending a lot of money on your customers.

Best people to spend money on don't you think? :)


I prefer it when you spend your money on non-customers, like me.







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  #1056664 30-May-2014 17:33
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very interesting, bigpipe really does do well at their community interactions :)

good luck to those of you with a bigpipe connection! 




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  #1056709 30-May-2014 18:44
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Great idea for a giveaway Bigpipe :) Would really love to win so I can surprise my husband with it. He's being wanting one for ages. Good luck to everyone



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  #1056726 30-May-2014 18:52
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solaybro:
BigPipeNZ:
solaybro: You guys are spending a lot of money on your customers.

Best people to spend money on don't you think? :)


I prefer it when you spend your money on non-customers, like me.


Well, you could always sign up, then you would be a customer. :)




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  #1056793 30-May-2014 19:54
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Ummm, I am tempted to jump ship.




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  #1056808 30-May-2014 20:04
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BigPipeNZ:
solaybro:
BigPipeNZ:
solaybro: You guys are spending a lot of money on your customers.

Best people to spend money on don't you think? :)


I prefer it when you spend your money on non-customers, like me.


Well, you could always sign up, then you would be a customer. :)


I would jump ship but I need a master filter installed and a phoneline, it's way easier to have this done through one company than organising it myself. You should offer to do master filter installs but just charge for it. Maybe you could strike up deals with installers around the country, like cofeebaron. If you offered an optional VOIP service through another company then that would be good to, I think Slingshot do this.







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  #1056872 30-May-2014 21:10
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are you going to give away xbox next month? :P




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#1056893 30-May-2014 22:19
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Regs: are you going to give away xbox next month? :P


I believe Bigpipe are all about superior technology, so no.







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  #1056896 30-May-2014 22:27
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I'd rather you pay my disconnection fee so I can switch ;-)

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  #1056901 30-May-2014 22:31
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I should be included in the draw!

There's no doubt that I'll be jumping to BigPipe one UFB offering is available.





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  #1056905 30-May-2014 22:39

What a great idea.  You definitely need a "big pipe" with the PS4 (and Xbone).  I just installed Wolfenstein on the PS4 an hour ago - the  game update was 5GBs! Wow, when did patches/updates for games get so big? I could play the game straight away as the update was downloading in the background.  I love the way PS4 does this, it all just works so well. Nonetheless, I wouldn't want anything less for gaming these days than a VDSL connection. 

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  #1056952 31-May-2014 09:23
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Every single day? Sounds like christmas in june! I was planning to buy one, will wait a bit just in case!

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