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Topic # 112369 6-Dec-2012 11:37
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Someone posted on here a while back a link to a site which allowed you to run a speedtest for your connection, and then pin it onto a Google map so other people in your area could see what speeds they should be expecting....  anyone know the site Im referring to, and what the link is ?



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  Reply # 727968 6-Dec-2012 11:43
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http://www.nzbt.org.nz/ pretty sure thats the one your looking for..

heh.. guess i got beaten to it while double checking it was the map one




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  Reply # 727975 6-Dec-2012 11:53
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Thats the one :)

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