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Topic # 23508 1-Jul-2008 12:49
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What's the slowest mainstream website in NZ?

I nominate yellow.co.nz, the old Yellow Pages. Also, frustrating to refine searches on. Just plain annoying.

Any other takers?

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  Reply # 141952 1-Jul-2008 17:14
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I nominate stuff.co.nz

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  Reply # 141960 1-Jul-2008 17:47
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stu28: I nominate stuff.co.nz


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  Reply # 141985 1-Jul-2008 18:56
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Just went browsing Stuff, and it was fast as a fast thing at a fast festival.

Telecom.co.nz can be a dog...




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  Reply # 141988 1-Jul-2008 19:03
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I nomiate Trademe, at times it can be a complete pain.




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  Reply # 142007 1-Jul-2008 19:41
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tonyhughes: Just went browsing Stuff, and it was fast as a fast thing at a fast festival.

Telecom.co.nz can be a dog...


I second both comments



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Reply # 142117 2-Jul-2008 08:50
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tonyhughes: Just went browsing Stuff, and it was fast as a fast thing at a fast festival.


Hmmm, I usually find it a little faster than that... Wink

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  Reply # 142119 2-Jul-2008 09:00
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The Bank of New Zealand website can be really slow in the mornings...

I vote for it as th slowest one in my experience.




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  Reply # 142125 2-Jul-2008 09:17
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Stuff and TradeMe are super fast in my experience.

The ANZ website is quite sluggish for me, I vote it number 1 slowest.

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  Reply # 142148 2-Jul-2008 10:19
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Definitely Telecom's "Your Telecom" and "Bill Online".
Especially Bill Online - usually broken but on the odd occassion that it isn't broken is painfully slow.

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