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Topic # 100967 21-Apr-2012 18:53
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I'm looking for co-location services in the south island for a 2U server.

Please post any recommendations.

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  Reply # 612918 21-Apr-2012 19:19
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http://www.amuri.net/ - Gigibit network on FX fibre.... oh, and datacenter not in Christchurch!





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  Reply # 612931 21-Apr-2012 19:45
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For Christchurch I would suggest Unleash. Snap will also provide services. Does it have to be South Island only? You'll have heaps more options in Auckland and a lot of ISPs will route your traffic that way anyway.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 612932 21-Apr-2012 19:47
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I'm looking for one in south island because shipping to another island would be a bit.

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  Reply # 612977 21-Apr-2012 21:34
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Probably no more than $50 and if your there for say 2 years that like, $2~ a month.





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