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Topic # 113902 31-Jan-2013 14:18 Send private message

hi guys 

i have woosh nz as my isp and are over them mucking me around 
 i like the  service to be as cheap as it can be.
but  would like VOIP  and at least 50 GB of data 
who would the best stress free ISP and the quick to get set up 
i will be  so great-full for any help!!!
cheers Hayden King  

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  Reply # 753902 31-Jan-2013 14:20 Send private message

Decent Cap, Cheap, Fast.

Every ISP in New Zealand will offer you two of those.  Sounds like you want option one and two, so I'd suggest Slingshot.

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  Reply # 753911 31-Jan-2013 14:31 Send private message

Where do you live? Are you rural or in a city? Can you get TelstraClear Cable?

The Consumer Magazine rates ISPs every year, that'd be a good starting point.




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  Reply # 753937 31-Jan-2013 15:02 Send private message

hi in invercargill CITY so no tcl cable here
all SO want to be with a ISP that has there act to together about ufb

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  Reply # 753942 31-Jan-2013 15:07 Send private message

Inspire, Actrix, and Snap come out tops according to the consumer survey. Inspire gets very high ratings. You'll have to look into UFB yourself, or see what others say.

Suggest you also spend a little more time writing your posts rather than writing in txt spk, we're not grading your spelling and grammar (not officially anyway) but if you make an effort to spell things properly and use proper sentence structure you'll probably get more help.




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  Reply # 753943 31-Jan-2013 15:13 Send private message

if you're happy with woosh you may want to try compass.



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  Reply # 754003 31-Jan-2013 17:12 Send private message

Sorry about that I am on my s3 out in about

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  Reply # 754089 31-Jan-2013 20:59 Send private message

Ah yeah it can be a bit tough on a touch screen.




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  Reply # 754091 31-Jan-2013 21:03 Send private message

Are you wanting good support too? Or are cheap and a decent cap you main priorities. I think all 3 is harder to come by, although telecom is pretty good these days on one of their packages.



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  Reply # 754093 31-Jan-2013 21:05 Send private message

with good support would be good 



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  Reply # 754094 31-Jan-2013 21:08 Send private message

mattwnz: Are you wanting good support too? Or are cheap and a decent cap you main priorities. I think all 3 is harder to come by, although telecom is pretty good these days on one of their packages.


telecom are good but not for us 

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  Reply # 754097 31-Jan-2013 21:16 Send private message

We are with Slingshot and have VOIP, can't fault them at all

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  Reply # 754098 31-Jan-2013 21:21 Send private message

singshot and 2 talk, is the voip metered?

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