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Topic # 99892 29-Mar-2012 12:12
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Why not? there are the single biggest ISP in New Zealand, I think lots of the customer would be interested if it was available!




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  Reply # 601855 29-Mar-2012 12:13
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if they do would be aaaaaaaaaaaaaamazing :P i already have a US spotify account and its great!




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  Reply # 601860 29-Mar-2012 12:18
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To be honest spotify isn't that big a deal, I have a US account and it uses very little of my cap.

For all the music I listen to regularly it caches offline (even on free account).

I usually listen to 2-3 hours a day and haven't noticed any difference in my general usage ~50Gb a month.


On the other hand, if quickflix wasn't unmetered and it offers content I want I will be moving ISPs very quickly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 601864 29-Mar-2012 12:21
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antoniosk: Why not? there are the single biggest ISP in New Zealand, I think lots of the customer would be interested if it was available!


How come you haven't answered the same question in the TelstraClear forum? Tongue Out





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  Reply # 602270 30-Mar-2012 00:38
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There isnt any reason for them to unless a partnership is made. And i can't see that happening.

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  Reply # 602272 30-Mar-2012 00:44
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Would rather they work on a true un-metered plan al la Go Large 3.0 or Big Time 2.0 but better planned/managed.

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  Reply # 602314 30-Mar-2012 08:52
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eXDee: There isnt any reason for them to unless a partnership is made. And i can't see that happening.

Plus they already have a partnership with Tivo for their Caspa service (which I wish would raise itself to the level of crapness people are complaining about Quickflix having), so there may be an obstacle there.  

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  Reply # 602330 30-Mar-2012 09:20
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Sky have said that there is one ISP that, according to there contract with Sky, they cant provide unmetered Quickflix.




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  Reply # 602342 30-Mar-2012 09:37
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vexxxboy: Sky have said that there is one ISP that, according to there contract with Sky, they cant provide unmetered Quickflix.



Isn't Vodafone the one that's furthest in bed with Sky?  

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