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Topic # 114288 14-Feb-2013 18:28
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Hi,

I'm looking for help in deciding which WISP I should go for in the Wellington region. This is for central Wellington. The only reason I'm going for WISP is because the hostel I'm staying at has limited bandwidth, and there isn't an option of getting my own ISP due to no direct phone line.

At the moment it seems like Whoosh! is my best bet, however I've heard a few negative things about their speeds.


Cheers.

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  Reply # 762552 14-Feb-2013 18:30
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Mobile internet with telecom, vodafone or 2 degrees.

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  Reply # 762553 14-Feb-2013 18:31
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Try NZ Wireless aka GASP

Cyril



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  Reply # 762566 14-Feb-2013 18:46
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mattwnz: Mobile internet with telecom, vodafone or 2 degrees.


 

I've seen the 3g plans, they're quite pricey. I don't mind a cut in speed, just enough to stream sports. And probably around 20GB a month.

 

cyril7: Try NZ Wireless aka GASP 

Cyril


 

Thanks. I had a quick look at their website while I was at work, but forgot the name of the business. I'll take another look now, cheers man.

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  Reply # 765645 19-Feb-2013 11:11
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NZWireless/GASP is ok. We used to have them. The main problem we had is when Terry Seripisos ripped their stuff off his building and we had no internet for 3 days.





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