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  Reply # 1244880 23-Feb-2015 14:54
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+1000 for Pokeno bacon - almost as good as the stuff I make myself :P

@Geektastic: Your address is sadly not eligible for VDSL :( You'll get okay ADSL2+, in the region of about 8-10Mbps or thereabouts, based on the attenuation at the address you gave me. Not too terrible considering how rural Pukekawa is. We were looking at a house out there before we settled in Taukau. It isn't even a town really, just a few houses huddled together next to a main road. Great location, really serene. Has a library though, even if it is the size of my bathroom. :)






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  Reply # 1249218 2-Mar-2015 10:25
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Thanks. Looks like it may take longer to sell our place as buyer having trouble raising finance for his third house! Would have been good if he'd found that out ahead of two months of visits, valuations, surveys etc.

This address likely to be sold by the time we can buy anyway now.





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