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deadlyllama
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  #1149305 7-Oct-2014 17:26
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So, how long do the UFF people have to wait? Telecom^WSpark and Vodafone have finally arrived in Whanganui, beaten by such major players as Inspire, Orcon and Compass...

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  #1149316 7-Oct-2014 17:35
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deadlyllama: So, how long do the UFF people have to wait? Telecom^WSpark and Vodafone have finally arrived in Whanganui, beaten by such major players as Inspire, Orcon and Compass...


It's not a simple process to roll out to multiple regions.  Most ISPs have picked one to begin in, and then added more slowly over time. It requires a good amount of investment as well as deals with the other LFCs, new handovers and so on.

Spark was the first RSP to cover all regions and handovers.

I can't give you an answer on anything outside of Auckland I'm afraid. 




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Bobdn
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  #1149401 7-Oct-2014 18:51

That's some sweet, sweet pricing right there.  Looking forward to ditching Spark and ultra mobile and going Big Pipe and Skinny. 

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  #1149528 7-Oct-2014 21:29
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Unlimited 200/200! At such an impressive price! ....take my money, Bigpipe!!




 


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  #1150518 9-Oct-2014 10:39
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Signed up for the 200/200 plan yesterday, only $20 more than I'm paying Snap for UFB 30/10.  Can't wait to try it out :)

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  #1150545 9-Oct-2014 11:05
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portunus: Signed up for the 200/200 plan yesterday, only $20 more than I'm paying Snap for UFB 30/10.  Can't wait to try it out :)

/ben



Great decision :)

Looking forward to having you on board.




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