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Topic # 56951 29-Jan-2010 14:34
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Thanks TelstraClear for the free speed upgrade from 4 Mbps to 10 Mbps on my 10GB plan. Now I wonder if that will improve Youtube performance?

Read about it here.

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  Reply # 294352 29-Jan-2010 14:49
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Yes, they must be changing a lot of the plans. An extra 10gb on our plan.

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  Reply # 294365 29-Jan-2010 15:24
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I got that speed upgrade email too, but would really have preferred the traffic upgrade, we are always going over our 10gig cap...kids on PCs for most of the afternoon along with my wife doesn't help I am sure.

Still - 10Mbs instead of 4Mbps for free I am not complaining at all.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 294367 29-Jan-2010 15:28
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I just reviewed the new pricing against some naked dsl plans, it looks fairly good

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  Reply # 294370 29-Jan-2010 15:42
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TCL's plan offerings have always compared very favourably with Naked ADSL plans - I think that's why they even hiked their pricing because they were too cheap!

As a package with phone though many are no longer competitive.


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Reply # 294371 29-Jan-2010 15:43
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fab: I got that speed upgrade email too, but would really have preferred the traffic upgrade, we are always going over our 10gig cap...kids on PCs for most of the afternoon along with my wife doesn't help I am sure.

Still - 10Mbs instead of 4Mbps for free I am not complaining at all.


The 10gb upgrade takes us to a 50gb plan (well needed considering we run a lot of our online business on the home internet connection).

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  Reply # 294382 29-Jan-2010 16:15
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Damn, so only the people paying for the 10Mbps/80GB plan didn't get anything?





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  Reply # 294396 29-Jan-2010 16:50
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Yeah, totally bangin, now my family and I can cut through the 10gb cap in 2.5x the speed.

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  Reply # 294403 29-Jan-2010 17:06
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freitasm: Damn, so only the people paying for the 10Mbps/80GB plan didn't get anything?




Not looking that way... Cry



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  Reply # 294436 29-Jan-2010 18:07
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sbiddle: As a package with phone though many are no longer competitive.


I agree. That's why I have the 10GB plan with no phone. I use Xnet/Vfx Voip phone on TelstraClear Cable.
$54.95 for the 10GB plan and $11.25 for the voip phone line: $66.20 per month + cheap toll calls - a pretty good deal for phone and internet if 10GB is enough data cap.

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  Reply # 294443 29-Jan-2010 18:44
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ZactheRipper:

Yeah, totally bangin, now my family and I can cut through the 10gb cap in 2.5x the speed.


I'm in Kapiti and can't get anywhere near that speed, done a number of tests to Napier and the best I've got is just over 6.00mb/s download.

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  Reply # 294448 29-Jan-2010 19:12
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freitasm: Damn, so only the people paying for the 10Mbps/80GB plan didn't get anything?


Well, last time they had the upgrades round, the 4Mbps/10GB plan got missed out.  So I guess it just depends on where in the tree your plan is.

I'm liking my one finally getting the upgrade.
Youtube seems ok so far.  Will keep testing though.




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  Reply # 294508 29-Jan-2010 21:47
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I think LightSpeed 20G people missed out also?

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Reply # 294539 30-Jan-2010 00:16
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really!!!and I just got a call from one of the reps a few weeks ago to advise me to upgrade from 40GB to 80 GB, which I did. I felt rippped off!

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  Reply # 294575 30-Jan-2010 09:12
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Theres SD.



London is pretty suck.



Sydney rocks.

Overall, good job TCL, now if you could only decrease the price of the 20gb cable plan.

Iceni, have you tried the sydney server?

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  Reply # 295108 1-Feb-2010 09:48
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freitasm: Damn, so only the people paying for the 10Mbps/80GB plan didn't get anything?



haha...still wont let us view youtube the way it was intended

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