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  # 621604 8-May-2012 12:57
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johnr:
NZCoderGuy: Agreed - they are holding off.. and for what? everyone else who is going to move, has already! Come on Vodafone - I'm possibly going to be reconsidering my connection with you if we get near to the end of this month with no change.


I will have a update posted on the VFNZ forum later on today - tomorrow


Thanks for that update.

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  # 621608 8-May-2012 12:59
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johnr:
NZCoderGuy: Agreed - they are holding off.. and for what? everyone else who is going to move, has already! Come on Vodafone - I'm possibly going to be reconsidering my connection with you if we get near to the end of this month with no change.


I will have a update posted on the VFNZ forum later on today - tomorrow


Thanks for that update.


I will post the same update here as well

 
 
 
 


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  # 621611 8-May-2012 13:08
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Good to hear! Will be looking forward to reading your update.




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  # 621626 8-May-2012 13:22
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Awesome can't wait!!




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  # 621640 8-May-2012 13:46
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+1

Despite the fact i seldom if ever get anywhere near my 60gb cap these days I am sure I can be a bit more creative given more :P

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  # 621973 8-May-2012 22:56
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I am concerned the word update was given as opposed to other words which may indicate a further delay. I really hope not :)

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  # 621978 8-May-2012 23:07
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60GB > 120GB (for ultimate naked), unconfirmed words from ......(edited)





 
 
 
 


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  # 621995 8-May-2012 23:25
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nakedmolerat: 60GB > 120GB (for ultimate naked), unconfirmed words from ......(edited)


I really hope the business plans are done at the same time. I have not been concentrating and realized the vast majority of this discussion is focused on the consumer plans. I am on a 50GB business plan but my cap is either close or breaching each month and we are holding off on projects which consume a fair amount of data until we get a bigger data cap :) 



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networkn:
nakedmolerat: 60GB > 120GB (for ultimate naked), unconfirmed words from ......(edited)


I really hope the business plans are done at the same time. I have not been concentrating and realized the vast majority of this discussion is focused on the consumer plans. I am on a 50GB business plan but my cap is either close or breaching each month and we are holding off on projects which consume a fair amount of data until we get a bigger data cap :) 




Vodafone offer a 200gb business plan - buss broadband 5.

If you go over your data on your current plan, you will just be charged $2 per GB.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/broadband/


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  # 622313 9-May-2012 16:15
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johnr:

I will post the same update here as well


Should we expect that around COB or midnight? (j/k, but we are all waiting with bated breath :) )

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networkn:
nakedmolerat: 60GB > 120GB (for ultimate naked), unconfirmed words from ......(edited)


I really hope the business plans are done at the same time. I have not been concentrating and realized the vast majority of this discussion is focused on the consumer plans. I am on a 50GB business plan but my cap is either close or breaching each month and we are holding off on projects which consume a fair amount of data until we get a bigger data cap :) 




Vodafone offer a 200gb business plan - buss broadband 5.

If you go over your data on your current plan, you will just be charged $2 per GB.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/broadband/



I am aware, however there is a ridiculous gap between 50 and 200GB and paying an extra $80 when we use possibly 10-20GB more a month isn't really what I want to be doing. 

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johnr:
marmel:
johnr:
NZCoderGuy: Agreed - they are holding off.. and for what? everyone else who is going to move, has already! Come on Vodafone - I'm possibly going to be reconsidering my connection with you if we get near to the end of this month with no change.


I will have a update posted on the VFNZ forum later on today - tomorrow


Thanks for that update.


I will post the same update here as well


Any update John? No news yesterday or by cob today.

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  # 622389 9-May-2012 17:51
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I have left the office early today not feeling well

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  # 622391 9-May-2012 17:55
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johnr: I have left the office early today not feeling well


Man-flu again?





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  # 622392 9-May-2012 17:58
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nakedmolerat:
johnr: I have left the office early today not feeling well


Man-flu again?


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