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#153920 12-Oct-2014 23:25
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Finally, the wife has given me permission to get Sky, so I'm thinking on bundling through UFB with Vodafone when my VDSL Contract is up in December, but given my expeiences with commercial UFB connections around inner city Auckland with Chorus, i'm probably better to order this now and ask for an RFS of December and HOPE that my non MDU house actually gets connected quite easily.

So... back on topic.

Does the connection type you order restrict the Vodafone TV Performance? Particularly on the 30mbps connection? Anyone keen to share their experiences with me?

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  #1152457 12-Oct-2014 23:34
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No it's my understanding TV is delivered completely separate to your internet connection and isn't related or affected by the speed of the plan you're on.

I have Vodafone TV with 100/50 UFB.




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  #1152461 13-Oct-2014 00:23
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Sweet! Good to know!

Vodafone TV = WAY cheaper than UFB and Sky delivered via. Satellite.

The performance of Vodafone TV is stable I assume? Also, are you using the Vodafone Supplied Router, or did you invest in your own one?

 
 
 
 


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  #1152462 13-Oct-2014 00:28
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Yes it is better value than Sky.

Very stable, never had a single issue with the signal or performance.

I use my own router, Asus RT-AC66U.




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  #1152464 13-Oct-2014 00:49
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Great, I think I'm sold.

Thanks for the info.

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