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#23739 8-Jul-2008 12:24
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Hi there everyone

Well today I got my first Xnet invoice covering a full month under the new torrent plan. I must say I am very happy. When I got fusion back in January I was saving between $20 and $25 a month and when torrent plan came along I jumped in on that too. Between January and last month my bills ranged from $105 to $113 a month but the invoice I got today $85.75 so once again a big thankyou to Xnet team.

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#144553 8-Jul-2008 12:47
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Yeah big ups to the Xnet team Laughing
I maybe paying slightly more than my old ISP, but what Im getting is a lot more as well, try getting a similar deal from certain other ISPs and say hello to $120+ bills each month.

Time for me to get onto Fusion and save even more Tongue out




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  #144572 8-Jul-2008 13:18
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Thanks for the feedback Guys, glad you like it and thats it's working well for you.




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  #144770 8-Jul-2008 16:41
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Also if I may add, that the Torrent plan is great news for the rest of us as well, because it moves a lot (if not most) of the heavy traffic into the period when we don`t need the bandwidth, so everyone`s happy.




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  #144859 8-Jul-2008 18:48
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Data costs for me just fell from around $60-$80 to $10. ALLLLRIGHT!

How close did everyone get to the limit, I had 75743 MB =~74 GB




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  #144993 8-Jul-2008 20:36
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I went from $120 a month to $75, Thanks Xnet


You'rve saved me loads

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  #145015 8-Jul-2008 20:49
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Yes thanks Xnet.. i also am really enjoying the Torrent plan.

Big A++

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  #145110 8-Jul-2008 22:35
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I spent 90GB off peak and 70GB peak.

 

If it wasnt for the off peak free usage I would have spent alot


 
 
 
 




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  #145333 9-Jul-2008 12:24
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Filterer:

How close did everyone get to the limit, I had 75743 MB =~74 GB


Between my son and I we got up to 71348 MB

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  #145510 9-Jul-2008 16:22
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My bill came down from ~$79/month to ~$52/month. It's really great saving. My only complaint is my slow speed during off-peak. At that speed, I couldn't even watch YouTube smoothly, and I can only use a bit more than 30GB of free data per month. I remember I used to be able to reach ~60GB per month last year while I was with another ISP, however speed gradually slowed down over the months, and the situation hasn't improved even though I'm now using Xnet.

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  #145514 9-Jul-2008 16:28
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Yeah you`re right, even before midnight, speed can get very poor for ADSL 2+.  Hopefully it`s not gonna stay like this.




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  #145677 9-Jul-2008 19:59
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I LOVE xnet got close to my cap and with playstsation 3 game server on game planet its all free!! up to about 10gigs locally already!!

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