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  # 660318 23-Jul-2012 12:24
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Worldnet

http://www.worldnet.co.nz/personal/nakeddsl/


40GB FS/FS1 12 month contract $69.00 no contract $79.00

Customer service/quality of service, questionable :-)


Compass

http://www.compass.net.nz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=72&Itemid=96


In the compass zone

5 GB Broadband $44.95
25 GB Broadband $51.95
50 GB Broadband $59.95
100 GB Broadband $69.95

The rest of New Zealand

5 GB Broadband $62.95
25 GB Broadband $69.95
50 GB Broadband $77.95
100 GB Broadband $87.95

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  # 660323 23-Jul-2012 12:27
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chipc:Orocon - doesn't offer naked DSL



Orcon does offer Naked DSL it is however bundled with the Genius VOIP product. $75 for 30GB.


Also do you have an on contract Vodafone cellphone? Then it's $55 for 60GB or $65 if outside the Red network.

If you want to go cheaper there's the $45 plan through Vodafone for 20GB.



 
 
 
 


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  # 660549 23-Jul-2012 18:18
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Have you had a look at the TelMe website?

http://www.telme.org.nz/telme

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  # 660593 23-Jul-2012 19:28
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I just tried a Westport address in the Vodafone address checker and it came back with naked dsl is not available in your area so it looks like you may not be able to get naked dsl there yet. Still whichever provider you choose will be able to confirm whether or not this is the case for you

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  # 661063 24-Jul-2012 15:08
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Cheapest Naked DSL is Compass then followed by Vodafone *if* you have an on contract cellphone.

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  # 661172 24-Jul-2012 18:34
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Worldnet and Compass aren't known for their great performance or customer service.

You're better off looking at Snap, Slingshot or Fyx imo.

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  # 661180 24-Jul-2012 18:43
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kfella2000: I just tried a Westport address in the Vodafone address checker and it came back with naked dsl is not available in your area so it looks like you may not be able to get naked dsl there yet. Still whichever provider you choose will be able to confirm whether or not this is the case for you


There are a number of ISP's who are only delivering naked DSL over EUBA. It's not that it's unavailable, just that you're in an area that's obviously legacy BUBA which may limit your ISP options.


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