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Topic # 11254 11-Jan-2007 16:34
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as you know skytv entered into a partnership with woosh in july last year to have skytv using woosh's wimax network. now is woosh's wimax in auckland yet? when is skytv going to be available via woosh wimax in auckland? surely if vodafone are going to offer live tv from skytv in march this year,woosh's iptv shouldn't be too far off right?


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  Reply # 57642 11-Jan-2007 16:49
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Is'nt Sky expensive enough without having to pay for every bit as it comes down your wireless?

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  Reply # 57725 12-Jan-2007 14:19
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bugle: Is'nt Sky expensive enough without having to pay for every bit as it comes down your wireless?


I suspect it will work the same as their phone service. I.e. it wont count towards your data usage.




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