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Topic # 24734 1-Aug-2008 08:23
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Guys,

I have VF offering me their Red Network ADSL2+. I am off the BD exchange on the North Shore and about 2.5 clicks away. I currently get about 4.5MB D/L on a good day. The plan looks good from what I can see but I wanted to have more confidence in the speed expectation. ANy thoughts or guidance? Cheers. Cliff

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  Reply # 153212 1-Aug-2008 09:15

I'd sign up at once! At Once, do you hear?

but that's just me...

I think it's time for my medication now. Nurse? Nurse!




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  Reply # 153213 1-Aug-2008 09:18
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Right tempting I must say, but with a distance of 2+ clicks from BD exchange I am not entirely confident of any speed increase.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 153215 1-Aug-2008 09:31
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I was on a non LLU plan with about a 4.5Mb connection. Switched to orcon LLU and increased to 7Mb. This is on the glenfield exchange. I'm sure you will see a good increase.

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  Reply # 153218 1-Aug-2008 09:40
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if it's free you must take it ... it's be silly not to

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  Reply # 153338 1-Aug-2008 15:03
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Red network rocks!!!

Been on it for just over a montha dn a half and had nothing but full speeds - just hope it stays this way.



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  Reply # 153348 1-Aug-2008 15:30
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Thanks for that.

I not after the free one. Ultimate for me but still saves me 40-50 bucks a month with more download capacity. What exchange you off simon14 ? And how far from the switch? Cheers.

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  Reply # 153483 2-Aug-2008 01:20
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PaulBrislen: I'd sign up at once! At Once, do you hear?

but that's just me...

I think it's time for my medication now. Nurse? Nurse!



Drop the $99 connection fee and have a standard 12 month contract and I would switch :) (and no I dont want the free internet deal/$30 discount as I dont want to be stuck with the toll package for a year)

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  Reply # 153591 2-Aug-2008 15:03
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Last time I looked at unbundled dsl, you lost the choice of PSTN and the toll provider for the PSTN component and were limited to the DSL provider.

If you are using telecom freedom that would be a big disincentive to moving over.




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