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# 249066 23-Apr-2019 17:59
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If anyone has this particular plan, does anyone have any screenshots of speeds to expect from Vodafone's Fibre X Plan?


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  # 2222785 23-Apr-2019 18:07
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Would depend on to what location Local / international?



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  # 2222789 23-Apr-2019 18:14
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Linux: Would depend on to what location Local / international?

 

 

 

Local/urban.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2222795 23-Apr-2019 18:46
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Neutralization:

 

If anyone has this particular plan, does anyone have any screenshots of speeds to expect from Vodafone's Fibre X Plan?

 

 

 

Waikanae Kapiti Coast -> Wellington.


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  # 2222796 23-Apr-2019 18:47
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Waikanae to San Fran

 




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  # 2222811 23-Apr-2019 18:55
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Those seem to be fibre 200 speeds, I'm talking about this plan in particular:


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  # 2222812 23-Apr-2019 19:04
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Sorry I was on the 200/20 plan when I was still on fibrex. Never had a problem achieving the advertised speeds though.

 

Edit: From that screenshot it looks like a fibre plan, not fibrex (cable)

 

 


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  # 2222850 23-Apr-2019 20:12
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people get advertised speeds with the ISP supplied device


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  # 2222858 23-Apr-2019 20:31
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You should be asking about latency and reliability than straight out speed

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# 2222859 23-Apr-2019 20:33
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Looks like Vodafone have significantly dropped their pricing. With a mobile on Vodafone, Fibre Max 900/400 becomes $92.99 per month ($84.65 per month after taking into account the $100 broadband joining credit).

 

That's significantly less than $120 Spark charge for their unlimited Fibre max product. Wonder if their service is really that superior to charge so much more? 


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  # 2222877 23-Apr-2019 21:21
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Speed 10 mins ago on cable...





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  # 2222878 23-Apr-2019 21:23
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antoniosk:

 

 

 

Speed 10 mins ago on cable...

 

 

 

 

What are your international speeds like, to say Los Angeles?


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  # 2222883 23-Apr-2019 21:30
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gmball:

 

antoniosk:

 

 

 

Speed 10 mins ago on cable...

 

 

 

 

What are your international speeds like, to say Los Angeles?

 

 

That's just mean..





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  # 2222884 23-Apr-2019 21:38
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gmball:

antoniosk:


 


Speed 10 mins ago on cable...



 


What are your international speeds like, to say Los Angeles?


The upload speeds quit misleading to what is advertised...

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  # 2222887 23-Apr-2019 21:44
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The upload speeds quit misleading to what is advertised...

 

no it's not. 

 

 

 

they are only advertising the download speeds.

 

 

 

in the finetext you will see it's limited to 100mbit for upload

 

 

 





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  # 2222888 23-Apr-2019 21:44
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The upload speeds quit misleading to what is advertised...

 

No it isn't. Advertised up speed of fibrex is 90 to 95 Mbps. The plan you highlighted is not fibrex (DOCSIS cable) but a fibre (GPON) plan.


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