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Topic # 87825 8-Aug-2011 12:54
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A month earlier than expected :)

My speed test has gone up from about 4 Mb/sec to 18 Mb/sec and the ping has gone down to 36 from somewhere in the hundreds. Quite chuffed!

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This is in between Raumati Beach/Raumati South on the Kapiti Coast just outside Wellington.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 503315 8-Aug-2011 13:35
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Still waiting for it in Oamaru, pretty sure the date for us getting ADSL2+ has changed at least twice.




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  Reply # 503319 8-Aug-2011 13:40
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Mine's no different and I'm in Raumati Beach, might be a few more days/weeks yet

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  Reply # 503339 8-Aug-2011 14:17
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Woohoo! Im waiting on PRM/AB cabinet, which is on Rimu Road.

Seems ridiculous that not even the exchanges had ADSL2+ till now, but with cabnetisation at the same time there will be a big increase in speed for a lot of people.

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  Reply # 505220 11-Aug-2011 21:19
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That competes with TCL cable nicely

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