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Topic # 114763 2-Mar-2013 12:17
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At the moment I am looking at WorldNet

450GB Down (30mb down/10mb up) $120 a month 

Are there are better deals out there?



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  Reply # 773613 2-Mar-2013 12:27
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Thanks for your reply. I am in Grey Lynn, Auckland

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  Reply # 773618 2-Mar-2013 12:45
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Snap! have 550GB and phone for that or 650GB if you don't need phone or use your own VOIP provider.

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  Reply # 773625 2-Mar-2013 14:03
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I've heard Unleash (http://unleash.co.nz) UFB is pretty good, you'll have to phone them to discuss options but they've become quite competitive as of late.




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  Reply # 773628 2-Mar-2013 14:09
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The UFB.org.nz website which we try and keep current has plans from most current providers on the UFB Pricing Plans page. Latest addition is business focused provider Voyager.




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  Reply # 773667 2-Mar-2013 16:48
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Snap I think off free data between 1am - 7am so that could effect the cost vs data

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  Reply # 773669 2-Mar-2013 16:55
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I agree that the Snap offering looks good - lots of data, free data 1am-7am, free data for iSky/Quickflix/Igloo. I don't have any first hand experience with the support however so couldn't comment.




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  Reply # 773670 2-Mar-2013 17:19
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michaelmurfy: I've heard Unleash (http://unleash.co.nz) UFB is pretty good, you'll have to phone them to discuss options but they've become quite competitive as of late.


Unleash are not providing UFB yet. I've asked them multiple times and it will probably be in Auckland I'm guessing. Service/reliability wise they will be hard to beat but price wise there is definitely a premium for that.





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  Reply # 773674 2-Mar-2013 17:38
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Zeon:
michaelmurfy: I've heard Unleash (http://unleash.co.nz) UFB is pretty good, you'll have to phone them to discuss options but they've become quite competitive as of late.


Unleash are not providing UFB yet. I've asked them multiple times and it will probably be in Auckland I'm guessing. Service/reliability wise they will be hard to beat but price wise there is definitely a premium for that.


Where did I hear they were providing UFB, not to worry, maybe my lack-of-caffeine brain is messing with me.

Else Snap is good - they love you.




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  Reply # 773675 2-Mar-2013 18:11
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michaelmurfy:
Zeon:
michaelmurfy: I've heard Unleash (http://unleash.co.nz) UFB is pretty good, you'll have to phone them to discuss options but they've become quite competitive as of late.


Unleash are not providing UFB yet. I've asked them multiple times and it will probably be in Auckland I'm guessing. Service/reliability wise they will be hard to beat but price wise there is definitely a premium for that.


Where did I hear they were providing UFB, not to worry, maybe my lack-of-caffeine brain is messing with me.

Else Snap is good - they love you.


Heh unless you are a business :) 

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