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  #239548 28-Jul-2009 08:40
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Took me a while to get on it....but once on I've been very happy. Have not noticed any difference in browsing speeds, youtube is fine and since I don't P2P I don't have any shaping issues.




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  #240036 29-Jul-2009 08:45
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mmmm .. i seem to have no speed restrictions or problems with it wat so ever .. im loving this plan <3


 
 
 
 


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  #240051 29-Jul-2009 09:13
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WH0RE: mmmm .. i seem to have no speed restrictions or problems with it wat so ever .. im loving this plan <3



LOL dude you need some better photoshop skills.. thats just sad.. why would you bother doing that?   FAIL

Edit: He's now removed the picture, he badly doctored the picture to say he had downloaded over 2tb

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  #240060 29-Jul-2009 09:29
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yea indeed thats pretty fail





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  #240695 30-Jul-2009 18:28
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Not bad for this time of night.

And according to the usage meter I've done a tad over 400gb since the 13th, so I'm a happy camper.




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  #240697 30-Jul-2009 18:35
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I finally move to bigtime tomorrow.. cant be any worse than go large!

 
 
 
 


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  #240713 30-Jul-2009 19:20
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400GB is abit much .... leave some for the rest of us lol





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Reasonable.




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  #240802 31-Jul-2009 01:20
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My bittorrent speed is horrible but I prefer using Rapidshare service anyway - which has been pretty good; using a download manager I can flood the internet connection to around 300KBps - I'm connected to the exchange at 2236Kbps, so it is kind of depressing that I'm not hitting the exchange connection speed like I did in Christchurch.




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  #241019 31-Jul-2009 15:33
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I'm supposed to be getting switched onto this plan tomorrow. Can't wait!

Is it supposed to be full speed up and down?
I couldn't find this anywhere on telecom's site

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  #241025 31-Jul-2009 15:38
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Yes, the Big Time plan is fullspeed downstream and up ADSL2+

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  #241400 2-Aug-2009 11:52
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Must have been a glitch in the tests. This is on the Explorer plan






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  #241403 2-Aug-2009 12:10
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woox4: Must have been a glitch in the tests. This is on the Explorer plan







Interesting results. 24Mb/s is the theoretical max on ADSL2+?




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  #241443 2-Aug-2009 14:57
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Well after reading most of this Forum post i desided that i will choose this plan. Mind you can't hurt if i trail it for a month.

Currently on Pro plan Connection is on Max Adsl Data Rate 8160 1024 kbps ( Can't wait for Adsl2+ to come to my exchange! ) So in theory i should get the same connection

Also does this plan offer interleaving off ?





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