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ice2004

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#116725 7-May-2013 22:55
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Currently with Telecom 500GB Everyday Local Calling for $119 per month

West Auckland area near Waitakere ranges

My contract expires in August so what options do I have any other competitive ISP's to consider now and by then?

I asked the same question on another Forum and they adviced me to go with Snap what you think?

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mattwnz
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  #813369 7-May-2013 23:08
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If you are using all that data, it isn't a bad deal.

Oriphix
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  #813390 7-May-2013 23:37

I've just moved from Orcon to SNAP and its very good. International bandwidth is nice for gaming / downloading. get on average 150ish ping to US servers.

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