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  Reply # 1034414 30-Apr-2014 23:27
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PhantomNVD: And didn't you just say you had 1-10GB lines out... What happened to the rest if that bandwidth :D


Chorus network to Vodafone network hand over points... There are many of them.




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  Reply # 1034415 30-Apr-2014 23:30
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PhantomNVD: So only telecom has the data capacity to support this?
Damn, and my suresignal only works with VF :(


Who says that Telecom actually have capacity for this? I'll believe it won't have an affect on other customers once its been running for a while...

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ZollyMonsta: I remember last time an 'unlimited' weekend was tried. Not good.



Aaarrrggghhh flash back flash back, shudder horrible memories.




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  Reply # 1034483 1-May-2014 08:32
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Unlimited plans are now live.
From what I ascertain, the 500GB plans are now "Unlimited".

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MikeHales: Unlimited here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband-phone-bundles/


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  Reply # 1034493 1-May-2014 08:45
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MikeHales: Unlimited here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband-phone-bundles/


Just to get the answer out there as I'm sure it will be asked, no unlimited for cable users?

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MikeHales: Unlimited here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband-phone-bundles/


Just to get the answer out there as I'm sure it will be asked, no unlimited for cable users?


Looks like some cable plans are;  https://www.vodafone.co.nz/broadband/naked-high-speed-cable/

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Hold on, this new unlimited Vodafone plan, is this NEW or it has been there for sometime?

edit: I see that this is a new plan

TimA: Yes, please marketing take the hint and copy it. Please i want my QOS to go down hill. I want slower off shore speeds. I want higher pings, I want further degraded traffic. (I doubt the VF network would be brought to its knees but i have seen other providers exercise that ability.)
Some may object to such but i would rather quality over quantity. 


So are we going to see QOS down hill, slower off shore speeds, higher pings and degraded traffic?





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  Reply # 1034514 1-May-2014 09:05
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What flavour is humble pie anyway?

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  Reply # 1034519 1-May-2014 09:09
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BOOM and here they are! 1 day later

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nakedmolerat: Hold on, this new unlimited Vodafone plan, is this NEW or it has been there for sometime?

edit: I see that this is a new plan

TimA: Yes, please marketing take the hint and copy it. Please i want my QOS to go down hill. I want slower off shore speeds. I want higher pings, I want further degraded traffic. (I doubt the VF network would be brought to its knees but i have seen other providers exercise that ability.)
Some may object to such but i would rather quality over quantity. 


So are we going to see QOS down hill, slower off shore speeds, higher pings and degraded traffic?


This is normal already even before unlimited ;)






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nakedmolerat: Hold on, this new unlimited Vodafone plan, is this NEW or it has been there for sometime?

edit: I see that this is a new plan

TimA: Yes, please marketing take the hint and copy it. Please i want my QOS to go down hill. I want slower off shore speeds. I want higher pings, I want further degraded traffic. (I doubt the VF network would be brought to its knees but i have seen other providers exercise that ability.)
Some may object to such but i would rather quality over quantity. 


So are we going to see QOS down hill, slower off shore speeds, higher pings and degraded traffic?


This is normal already even before unlimited ;)




I would assume that we have the sufficient network behind the move. We wouldn't want to be half deep in it an encounter problems. Earlier post i mentioned our hand over points are not near 100% at max and when we did VDSL most points got a 10gig upgrade.




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  Reply # 1034583 1-May-2014 10:05
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lol :)

so now I get to keep using the suresignal and get unlimited from my existing supplier too... sweet :)

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