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Master Geek
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Topic # 10002 29-Oct-2006 17:14
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woosh is offering $49.95 unlimited and YES they have turned off interleaving for ALL their customers on dsl-broadband......
the rep said they DONT throttle or slow down or priortise any kind of port.....they only throtlle you to dial up speed if you go voer 700mb for the peak time period only for that day unlike telecom's motto "throw him in the gutter bandwith pool" for the whole week.....

recently i have been hearing praises about quicksilvers/woosh's international speeds......are you guys happy with your woosh/quicksilver connection?

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 50234 30-Oct-2006 07:46
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Sounds excellent.

Now we just need to convince then to offer an unconstrained upspeed version of the plan for $20-$30 more. (will only cost them $10 more to offer unconstrained upload putting increased BW usage aside)

I'm gonna ring up and ask for this, if we all do the same there is a good chance they will listen, this is so close to the perfect NZ ADSL solution.

0800 4 WOOSH

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