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  Reply # 531932 11-Oct-2011 13:14
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blakamin: http://www.unmetered.co.nz/
Maybe if you stream a radio station it will be handy.


my radio listening is already unmetered.  It's called listening to the radio.

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  Reply # 531934 11-Oct-2011 13:22
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NonprayingMantis:
blakamin: http://www.unmetered.co.nz/
Maybe if you stream a radio station it will be handy.


my radio listening is already unmetered.  It's called listening to the radio.


Absolutely priceless!  We laughed so hard at this hahaha...and yeah  "Radio stations, unmetered since 2011....wait 1906"

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  Reply # 531949 11-Oct-2011 14:00
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I hoping this isnt all TCL are planning and that there are still new inhome plans to come. I mean really, how much data does accessing trademe use?




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  Reply # 532063 11-Oct-2011 19:08
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geekiegeek: I hoping this isnt all TCL are planning and that there are still new inhome plans to come. I mean really, how much data does accessing trademe use?


Ya well my spies tell me it's coming... but they need to get is NOW!

I have people wanting new connections in cable areas here in Christchurch and I simply can't argue with the 10GB that Telecom is giving them under the 'double your data' for $39.

Not that I'm keen to recommend Telecom either.  I'm more likely to suggest Snap because of the YouTube and Google thing, because being Christian they're very keen on some of the content in that can be pushed in to that space.






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  Reply # 534100 16-Oct-2011 22:16
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....and waiting...

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  Reply # 534203 17-Oct-2011 10:57
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SilverwolfNZ: ....and waiting...


After seeing Slingshots new higher cap plans I must admit I'm considering changing our flat over if Telstra doesn't provide some major data increases in the short term future.


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  Reply # 534338 17-Oct-2011 15:53
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The crickets are starting to get trapped in the cobwebs on the tumbleweeds.

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  Reply # 534466 17-Oct-2011 20:26
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Can only sigh and wait patiently too. Stopped using POTS a long time ago...but would really like more bang-for-buck kthx...


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  Reply # 534484 17-Oct-2011 21:32
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From my Tweet to TelstraClear:
Me: also I heard mention of some new plans for cable customers coming soon - any update on that?
Reply: no firm news on those plans and no to iSky atm, sorry ^TN

:(

(I also asked about whether there's any plans to allow iSky for TelstraClear TV subscribers but apparently not either - double :( ) 

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  Reply # 534488 17-Oct-2011 21:38
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My Twitter convo earlier today:

Q: any word on when the residential cable internet plans are being refreshed? "Soon" & "we're working on it" wearing a bit thin

A: no news sorry, I do know the teams are working on it, but it's a complex thing to complete. Will post as soon as I hear ^TN

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  Reply # 534489 17-Oct-2011 21:42
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coffeenow: My Twitter convo earlier today:

Q: any word on when the residential cable internet plans are being refreshed? "Soon" & "we're working on it" wearing a bit thin

A: no news sorry, I do know the teams are working on it, but it's a complex thing to complete. Will post as soon as I hear ^TN


There was some chatter last week about plans being in test currently.  Given the screw up with emails being sent out by mistake because of plan changes, they might be doing a bit more extensive testing on this one. 

I wonder what the last stuff up cost in terms of helpdesk calls?






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  Reply # 534490 17-Oct-2011 21:45
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Is it just me that finds it weird they have to test plan changes? :)

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  Reply # 534492 17-Oct-2011 21:47
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r2b2: Is it just me that finds it weird they have to test plan changes? :)


I doubt it.

But testing with any system change is always important.  With 70k customers in the system, I'm sure there's quite a bit of testing that needs to be considered. 

Given the crap they've been having with their usage systems I'm sure they're starting to put even more effort in to getting it a bit more right than they have been.






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  Reply # 534501 17-Oct-2011 22:03
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r2b2: Is it just me that finds it weird they have to test plan changes? :)


Not at all this is normal

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  Reply # 534713 18-Oct-2011 14:19
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Telsraclear's track record of delivering things on time is worse than Valve Time or Blizzard's Soon

http://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Valve_Time
http://www.wowwiki.com/Soon

If I was you guys I wouldn't be holding my breath, switch to Telecom or Snap.

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