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Topic # 205014 26-Oct-2016 16:57
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Hi all,

 

I see in this stuff article it says Vodafone is getting into urban fixed wireless, but I can't see any other details online. Does anyone else have more information?

 

The company will also follow in Spark's footsteps by more widely selling a 4G fixed-wireless broadband service that it originally designed for rural customers, to people in towns and cities.

 

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Williams said Vodafone's new Home Wireless Broadband plans were "especially for Kiwis who are frustrated by slow and unreliable internet access via Chorus' ageing copper".

 

A plan with an 80 gigabyte monthly traffic cap and home phone will cost $90 a month on a 12-month plan, with a 40Gb plan costing $80."


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  Reply # 1658376 26-Oct-2016 17:20
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yeah I cant see these plans on the Vodafone website either?


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