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# 111132 25-Oct-2012 10:35
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Looking on consumers website http://www.telme.org.nz/telme
and found a new ISP http://www.telme.org.nz/telme
$30.30 per month + 30c/GB with phoneline
$55.30 per month + 30c/GB naked

has anyone any experience with these guys?

or "do you get what you pay for"?

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  # 706216 25-Oct-2012 12:12
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ELShah: Looking on consumers website http://www.telme.org.nz/telme
and found a new ISP http://www.telme.org.nz/telme
$30.30 per month + 30c/GB with phoneline
$55.30 per month + 30c/GB naked

has anyone any experience with these guys?

or "do you get what you pay for"?


Fyx is a consumer/retail a brand of Maxnet (like how Slingshot is a retail brand of Callplus). Maxnet are a internet, hosting and data center provider who have been around forever and generally have a good reputation.

They were more known for focusing on business internet and hosting so they created a separate brand for their retail/consumer ISP to provide some separation.

Maxnet recently was acquired by Vocus Communications who are an up and coming Australasian network company.

Bottom line: Should be good.

 
 
 
 


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  # 706221 25-Oct-2012 12:14
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bear in mind that;
"$30.30 per month + 30c/GB with phoneline"

means you need to buy a phoneline seperately. it doesnt mean one is included for the price



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  # 706465 25-Oct-2012 18:50
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Yeah, i was thinking of FYX with Xnet VFX rather than the Xnet Fusion I'm on now.

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