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  # 2352577 13-Nov-2019 06:43
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@hio77 the 500GB comment just about made me spit dinner out laughing

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  # 2352667 13-Nov-2019 09:56
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600GB is a hell of a lot of cell data. Not sure what the business case is either - in metro Auckland, surely anyone who wanted to use anywhere near 600GB would rather use a lower latency, higher capacity, uncapped fibre connection...



Some of us, despite living in metro Auckland are unable to get fibre installed due to the complexity of the installation.


I have wireless with download speeds pushing towards 400Mbps and it has been really good for online gaming, with the ping only marginally higher than my old fibre connection.


The bump in the cap is going to be great as I've been pushing the old 240GB one each month.


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  # 2352697 13-Nov-2019 10:53
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I would like to see Skinny have this offer also, would be great for Students or those who can't go on-account with Spark.

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  # 2352709 13-Nov-2019 11:07
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Let's hope this encourages Vodafone to soon lower their RBI prices. 120GB/month goes far too quickly when family are holidaying from overseas.

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