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  Reply # 1034548 1-May-2014 09:35
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nakedmolerat:

 

Unlimited Broadband - Terms Terms and Conditions

 

     



Thanks. Now to find out prices without term contract.

 



$109 per month, 130/10 with discount unlimited data..





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  Reply # 1034551 1-May-2014 09:36
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What about uploading and dowloading gigabytes of data from cloud storage? This will not be slowed?





 
 
 
 


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nakedmolerat: What about uploading and dowloading gigabytes of data from cloud storage? This will not be slowed?


Should be fine,

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  Reply # 1034555 1-May-2014 09:40
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Great to Vodafone respond, congrats




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  Reply # 1034556 1-May-2014 09:41
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Looks like I've been automagically upgraded from the 500 Gig plan to unlimited, Thanks Vodafone :)

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  Reply # 1034557 1-May-2014 09:42
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KiwiNZ: Great to Vodafone respond, congrats


Has been in planning for a while, It was decided well before another carrier launched unlimited


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  Reply # 1034561 1-May-2014 09:45
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Talkiet:
johnr:
nakedmolerat: What about uploading and dowloading gigabytes of data from cloud storage? This will not be slowed?


Should be fine,


You sir, are a brave, BRAVE man.

Cheers - N


Ditto for Telecom. 





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  Reply # 1034563 1-May-2014 09:51

Gremlin: Looks like I've been automagically upgraded from the 500 Gig plan to unlimited, Thanks Vodafone :)


Yep, migration to unlimited from 500GB took place overnight. The Customer Zone and My Vodafone usage meter/usage tracker may look a little odd, but you can still keep tabs on how much you're using if curious.

Mine now says All DSL Max Unlimited. Sounds pretty rad to me.




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  Reply # 1034570 1-May-2014 09:57
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can i stay at 500GB?That is all i need and i don't want to have a  "traffic management"

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TimA:
freitasm: Does traffic management apply to cable offers? And if so is there a summary of what is the traffic management?

Also, where are the prices without term contract?




Traffic management has not changed on this new plan from what it always was. Its just more clearly stating the oblivious as people are 100% more likely to "abuse".


Interesting - so you are saying that the non-unlimited plans P2P can already get de-prioritised? Not sure if I've ever seen that documented.

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r2b2:
TimA:
freitasm: Does traffic management apply to cable offers? And if so is there a summary of what is the traffic management?

Also, where are the prices without term contract?




Traffic management has not changed on this new plan from what it always was. Its just more clearly stating the oblivious as people are 100% more likely to "abuse".


Interesting - so you are saying that the non-unlimited plans P2P can already get de-prioritised? Not sure if I've ever seen that documented.


Read your contract and the need to know on the webpage. Its been there for ever.

wsydgx: can i stay at 500GB?That is all i need and i don't want to have a  "traffic management"

Shouldn't be any different :D





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TimA:
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TimA:
freitasm: Does traffic management apply to cable offers? And if so is there a summary of what is the traffic management?

Also, where are the prices without term contract?




Traffic management has not changed on this new plan from what it always was. Its just more clearly stating the oblivious as people are 100% more likely to "abuse".


Interesting - so you are saying that the non-unlimited plans P2P can already get de-prioritised? Not sure if I've ever seen that documented.


Read your contract and the need to know on the webpage. Its been there for ever.


You mean this?

Traffic Management
Vodafone does not have any traffic management in place for Ultra Fast Broadband
80GB or 150GB plans powered by Cable. For Unlimited Data we have a P2P traffic
management policy in place which may influence peer to peer broadband
performance if the network is congested as we prioritise other user traffic.
Visit vodafone.co.nz/unlimited-data-terms for more information.


Seems to imply the opposite to me :)

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r2b2:
TimA:
r2b2:
TimA:
freitasm: Does traffic management apply to cable offers? And if so is there a summary of what is the traffic management?

Also, where are the prices without term contract?




Traffic management has not changed on this new plan from what it always was. Its just more clearly stating the oblivious as people are 100% more likely to "abuse".


Interesting - so you are saying that the non-unlimited plans P2P can already get de-prioritised? Not sure if I've ever seen that documented.


Read your contract and the need to know on the webpage. Its been there for ever.


You mean this?

Traffic Management
Vodafone does not have any traffic management in place for Ultra Fast Broadband
80GB or 150GB plans powered by Cable. For Unlimited Data we have a P2P traffic
management policy in place which may influence peer to peer broadband
performance if the network is congested as we prioritise other user traffic.
Visit vodafone.co.nz/unlimited-data-terms for more information.


Seems to imply the opposite to me :)


There has always been a side note about P2P. Its just more highlighted as it appears now.
It used to blanket all our plans. It must have been moved to highlight unlimited and the others are let free to do what ever.





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  Reply # 1034584 1-May-2014 10:05
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/unlimited-data-terms/

S
o would no commercial use mean I can't backup my business data to my home NAS any longer (ftp)?

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  Reply # 1034586 1-May-2014 10:07
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networkn: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/unlimited-data-terms/

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o would no commercial use mean I can't backup my business data to my home NAS any longer (ftp)?


Commercial as it states: selling bandwidth to third parties or running an Internet Service Provider (but not limited to)
Tell me are you doing any of those?





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