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# 37708 17-Jul-2009 23:04
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Hi there
When telecom announced their Big Time broadband plan didn't they also anounce that they were goin to uncap Go plan upload speeds. My parents are on this plan and have not currently seen any changes? Also on their website they still advertise that plan as being capped. Any info??
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  # 236584 17-Jul-2009 23:57
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I believe they said that this process would happen over several weeks during July, so one would guess it hasn't happened to them yet?

 
 
 
 




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  # 236640 18-Jul-2009 11:38
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HI yes there exchange has been upgraded to ADSL2+ and they have an adsl2+ modem thats the main reason i'm so keen to seen the speed difference. Once the upload speed is uncapped.

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  # 236732 18-Jul-2009 19:20
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Go Large and Big Time are practically the same "plan" with the exception Go Large is 128k upload, Big Time is FS upload and $10 more a month.

It's extremely unlikely they will give Go Large users FS upload without increasing the price by $10/month to match Big Time.

No one appears to be certain how long they will continue to operate Go Large.



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  # 236746 18-Jul-2009 20:08
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Hi there Ragnor not talking about the Go large plan just the Go plan .
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  # 236752 18-Jul-2009 20:57
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The change is starting mid July and will take several weeks (as mentioned by kingjj above) ... so should be finished mid August at a guess




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  # 236764 18-Jul-2009 21:46
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Oh right the 3GB plan, my bad.


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