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  Reply # 484511 22-Jun-2011 17:19
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I also find Vodafones stance strange. Ironically all other ISPs regard our address as urban for naked DSL.... 




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  Reply # 484516 22-Jun-2011 17:25
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Yeah I have no idea if Tom's address is urban or naked from that map, try the checker linked on Snap's site where is says "A low density charge may apply"  
http://www.snap.net.nz/home/package/naked 



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  Reply # 484592 22-Jun-2011 19:41
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I had a look at Snap's site and my area is noted as high density by them.

Given I'm in the Hamilton suburbs with wall to wall houses, I'm guessing Urban.

Mind, the Morepork in the park up the road may disagree.


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  Reply # 484595 22-Jun-2011 19:42
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I stand corrected. Snap consider me low density so I would pay more with them...




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