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Niel
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  #186770 31-Dec-2008 00:30
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I read it as being changed on the 31st, so the first time it takes effect is the evening of the 31st which in reality is the morning of the 1st.




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  #186799 31-Dec-2008 10:53
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Xnet did send an email, here is the text - pity I never, ever check my xnet email account and only looked once this thread had been started

Xnet Email:


This email is to advise you of a change in hours to your Xnet Torrent pricing option. After significant feedback from our customers, WorldxChange will be changing the hours where you can transfer up to 75Gigabytes at no additional charge from the current Midnight to 8am window, to a later start time of 2am. All other aspects of the service remain the same.

This email is to provide you with 30 days notice of the change. The amendment in start time will be implemented at midnight on the 31st of December to improve the experience of service to the majority of the Xnet subscriber base, who has expressed concerns that many people routinely continue to access the Internet real time after midnight and the activity of Torrent subscribers is impacting their experience.

If the change in start time affects the desirability of the Torrent option and you would like to change to another pricing option or discontinue the service, please contact Customer Care and we will assist you. Regards, The Team at WorldxChange






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  #186800 31-Dec-2008 10:56
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Note to xnet - your signup page still has the wrong details
http://www.xnet.co.nz/hsi/




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  #186802 31-Dec-2008 11:30
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Filterer: Xnet did send an email, here is the text - pity I never, ever check my xnet email account and only looked once this thread had been started

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I just check my xnet's email account for the first time too.... yeah.. they did sent out an email for the services changes....Embarassed
Anyone know how to setup automatic forwarding option in xnet's email option? 

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  #186830 31-Dec-2008 14:31
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Filterer: Note to xnet - your signup page still has the wrong details
http://www.xnet.co.nz/hsi/


The comment was there for some time, the red text under the images was updated today (I think yesterday it was still saying midnight), it is only the image that is wrong which I guess they overlooked and is easy to miss.




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  #186834 31-Dec-2008 14:54
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Filterer: Xnet did send an email, here is the text - pity I never, ever check my xnet email account and only looked once this thread had been started

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I just check my xnet's email account for the first time too.... yeah.. they did sent out an email for the services changes....Embarassed
Anyone know how to setup automatic forwarding option in xnet's email option? 


You need to call and get xnet to do it for you

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  #187440 5-Jan-2009 09:28
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Anyone seen any improvements since the new torrent times started ???

Ive noticed browsing after 12am is ok now but international traffice is still pretty slow

 
 
 
 


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#187455 5-Jan-2009 10:24
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As far as staying up til 2am goes... Cant you just use task scheduler to start your BT client at 2am and then just stop it/throttle back when you wake up? (or something similar)




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