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Angelicious

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#11455 24-Jan-2007 12:14

If anyone can recommend the cheapest broadband provider in New Zealand I'd really appreciate it. I'm not sure how much usage to get either (???). I mainly ues internet for music downloads, moderate surfing, and trademe auctions. Thanks if you have any recommendations.

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Angelicious

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  #58717 24-Jan-2007 12:21

O, forgot to mention that I'm looking for a broadband package that's under $30, unlimited use would be great, and if it came with a cook & a cleaner, that would be even better (...kidding, grins).

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  #58719 24-Jan-2007 12:42
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Sorry, not gonna happen!

You could go for Slingshot's $29.95 256k down, 128k up plan with 25GB of usage.

For 30 bucks, that's probably as close as you're gonna get to unlimited.

SS are okay in most things- they're relatively speedy, have pretty good service and they're reasonably priced.

 
 
 
 


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  #58723 24-Jan-2007 13:37
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Cheapest broadband with 200mb quota: $25 256/128 Launch Woosh

Cheapest FS/xx broadband with 200mb quota: $30 FS/128 Coupe 5StarNet

Cheapest FS/xx broadband with unlimited quota: $50 FS/128 Cabriolet 5StarNet

Cheapest FS/FS full speed broadband with 2gb quota: $50 FS/FS Speedster 5StarNet
 
Cheapest FS/FS full speed broadband with unlimited quota: $70 FS/FS Mega Pass Super Flat WorldNet


FS = Full speed/as fast as your line can go/maximum 7.6mb
xx = speed determined by ISP, usually 128kb

Information from Consumer, listed in the order they provide, many other providers are left off here that are the same price or marginally cheaper.




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