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Topic # 22986 14-Jun-2008 13:04
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Xnet Partners with Gameplanet

This will make our gamers happy I'm sure Laughing


Xnet users data will be local traffic and not countered towards your metered data, so not only do we bring you free offpeak first but now we are helping your gaming as well by free data to Gameplanet online games Wink

Boy that almost a sales pitch wasn't it :) 

http://www.gameplanet.co.nz/news/131853.20080614.Gameplanet-partners-up-with-Xnet/






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  Reply # 137975 14-Jun-2008 13:19
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Nice.

Next - Xnet partners with geekzone?

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Reply # 137990 14-Jun-2008 14:11
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Filterer: Nice.

Next - Xnet partners with geekzone?

Why partner with a site you are acquiring later in the ye..... oooh wait... no..... LIES




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Reply # 137992 14-Jun-2008 14:13
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Seriously - I am just kidding in my previous post!!

Free traffic for gaming (to Gameplanet).... now thats just an out and out attempt at adding value for free and providing good customer service.

Who the heck do you think you are?





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  Reply # 137994 14-Jun-2008 14:16
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This is freaking awesome :D

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Reply # 137997 14-Jun-2008 14:38
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tonyhughes: Free traffic for gaming (to Gameplanet).... now thats just an out and out attempt at adding value for free and providing good customer service.

Who the heck do you think you are?


And here's the point on this: most ISPs have to realise they are in the business of moving content, not providing or creating content.

TelstraClear is doing it wrong by offering their game servers, etc. They should partner with a publisher that knows the business - like Xnet is doing with Gameplanet.






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  Reply # 138010 14-Jun-2008 16:20
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tonyhughes: Seriously - I am just kidding in my previous post!!

Free traffic for gaming (to Gameplanet).... now thats just an out and out attempt at adding value for free and providing good customer service.

Who the heck do you think you are?




Were just not normal, as the adds say Tony Wink




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  Reply # 138014 14-Jun-2008 16:44
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Is recoil stuff still counted as local? I prefer the recoil servers over the gp servers purely due to the numbers.

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  Reply # 138015 14-Jun-2008 16:46
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Edit : Ignore me, I cant read today.




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  Reply # 138022 14-Jun-2008 17:14
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TameIti: Is recoil stuff still counted as local? I prefer the recoil servers over the gp servers purely due to the numbers.

Recoil's still in the data centre, so yup :).

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  Reply # 138037 14-Jun-2008 18:36
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AYAYA !! Great news :)

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  Reply # 138139 15-Jun-2008 11:27
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Now all I need is xnet partners with Blizz :)

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  Reply # 138145 15-Jun-2008 11:50
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Lurch: Now all I need is xnet partners with Blizz :)


As in Blizzard ? Thatd be nice :D
Also to host a local WoW realm ;)




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  Reply # 138161 15-Jun-2008 13:37
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xpd:As in Blizzard ? Thatd be nice :D
Also to host a local WoW realm ;)



Yeah Blizzard, it's the main game I play so always worried when changing ISP's as most of my gaming is international :)

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  Reply # 138202 15-Jun-2008 17:10
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Had to do this around exams didn't ya... haha Good to here anyway!

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  Reply # 138574 16-Jun-2008 22:04

Given the rapid growth of console gaming, and online gaming services (including download content), it would be great to see XNet partnering with Microsoft or Sony.

Every week, downloads of over 1GB or more are made available on XBox Live and/or Sony PSN. It would be great for these to be free traffic in addition to normal gaming traffic to/from the XBox Live and PSN servers.

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