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Topic # 62383 5-Jun-2010 16:23
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Hi All

Does anyone have any info on what Vodafone is like as an ISP?

Been thinking of changing but I can't find anything said, good or bad.

Thanks 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 338566 5-Jun-2010 16:57
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been working well for me.







Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 338623 5-Jun-2010 20:18
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Apart from what I consider limited data caps (which will soon increase), I've been very happy with the service. A small gripe I had was that they tried to increase my bill by $1.50 a month after I signed up for 12 months. I complained and they reverted it back. I also notice a slowdown in the evenings, especially with Youtube, but I believe all ISPs in NZ experience this. It doesn't impact much on what I'm doing.

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  Reply # 338768 6-Jun-2010 12:54
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GBristow: Apart from what I consider limited data caps (which will soon increase), I've been very happy with the service.


Same here.

I mainly signed up to take advantage of the MySky HDI deal (been with them since February) and no major issues at all (apart from a billing one which I hope will be solved once and for all at the end of this month). Happy with the data cap increase, which can only help Laughing

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