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# 242785 14-Nov-2018 09:25
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Hi All

 

My parents have recently moved house into a rural area just outside of Carterton,

 

My Dad is looking for a wireless provider as they want to be able to watch streaming services on there tv, they have no copper or fibre connection. 

 

They would probably use less than 100gb a month easy.

 

 

 

Anyone have a provider they use and like? Also that wouldnt break the bank? Around $80ish?





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  # 2125406 14-Nov-2018 10:28
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I think its WizWireless that do Wairarapa. Or for that amount of data an RBI product would do the trick too and probably give better top speeds - provided Vodafone coverage is there.

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  # 2125523 14-Nov-2018 12:06
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Spark rural wireless is slightly above your budget (120GB naked $96) but may be an option if the others don't work out.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2125528 14-Nov-2018 12:17
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Where in Carterton?

 

Might pay to DM me the address or check on our site. https://www.spark.co.nz/shop/internet/#/

 

 

 

There is a spot that's limited capacity, but most of the city is Urban Coverage which means you will have Unplan or Skinny Available.





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  # 2126524 14-Nov-2018 13:14
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Wiziwireless is really the best option here by the looks of it.

 

 

 

Otherwise copper leadin, verge of VDSL which will be plenty for RWC.





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