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Topic # 76438 2-Feb-2011 12:52
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Looks like for $105 3 main cities and $115 rest get 40GB, plus calling deals, think plan was a lot less data before.

When my 10gig rolls over might look into it, be able to download 6GB playstation 3 demos without worry and won't care that isky and other vod services are metered.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/totalhomebroadband

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  Reply # 434247 2-Feb-2011 13:02
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Yip theres some good deals there.. for an extra $5 a month we are going from 40gb to 60gb :D

Theres a 15 page thread about it here by the way   http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=71887

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