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#21854 8-May-2008 22:05
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/specials-promos/broadband-at-home/index.jsp

All well for these new promos a bit sad to see more 60GB plans removed... but will Vodafone increase capacity?
I'm crawling at the moment, and have been since the 2nd

But it's alright because the technicians know about the problem!... and won't say when it will be fixed...

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/home-phone-and-broadband/network-status/

Yet my neighbour on Xtra is at full speed!

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  #129551 8-May-2008 22:58
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Interesting, pretty decent value. And they release them right on the day that i just got switched to telstraclear. And 'Ultimate' is exactly what i switched to the equiv of on telstraclear (w/o interleaving of course).
If home phone is line rental, thats pretty good for $48 FS/FS 20gb internet. Damn.

Oh well, TC has better aussie routing it seems. Peak times weren't too good either, and i've heard minimal complaints about TC. Still feeling a bit gutted though.

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  #129612 9-May-2008 10:37
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I'm crawling at the moment, and have been since the 2nd


My connection was considerably slower since the Vodafone changeover, the recent international issue was the last staw. I jumped and feel much better for it.




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  #129719 9-May-2008 17:14
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eXDee: thats pretty good for $48 FS/FS 20gb internet. Damn.

Oh well, TC has better aussie routing it seems. Peak times weren't too good either, and i've heard minimal complaints about TC. Still feeling a bit gutted though.


Where does it say you can get fs/fs 20gb for $48?

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  #129721 9-May-2008 17:20
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$90 - $41 line rental = $49 for internet.

The $90 includes phone line, internet, toll calling.
And i made a mistake, vodafone charges $41 for line rental, not $42.

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  #129727 9-May-2008 17:44
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Remeber that the broadband plans are now packaged - you can't order plain broadband without home phone anymore.




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