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  #338067 3-Jun-2010 21:36
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cafeg: is anyone here with
What are they like for speeds and service etc ?
Their plans look promising ...

Yeah they have an unlimited plan also, wonder whether that one is connected with telecom...

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  #338075 3-Jun-2010 22:09
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ahh, just found this on here about worldnet ..

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Master Geek

  #338113 3-Jun-2010 23:08
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beachmark: I am with Telecom since I arrived in NZ and have experienced more forced plan changes than in the two other cities I part time live in as well. How come that when I am in San Francisco and Amsterdam there is never an issue with broadband, speeds and downloads? And in New Zealand the whole time? My thoughts are that there used to be a monopolist that has been sitting on its backside for too long, made big profits for their shareholders and now that they have to do work for their dollar, they squeeze it over and over out of the home user.

Probably because neither San Fran nor Amsterdam is a relatively isolated group of islands in the south pacific?

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