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#116900 13-May-2013 15:41
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My girlfriend and I are about to move out of my parents to fend for ourselves.
We're moving into what would be closely described as a granny flat. There is no phone line but we have phone jacks obviously, others we wouldn't be talking. So we're looking at naked broadband.

Looking for others experiences in the Wattle Downs/Takanini, maybe even Manurewa area for ISP's with decent naked broadband.
Also if you can give me some plans & pricing that you use that would suit our zoned ISP's.

Looking at around 40-70Gb a month. Not really wanting to pay anything over $80 unless it's one of those "pay $10 on top of that and get bonus data" types of deals.

Cheers

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  #816910 13-May-2013 17:36
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Snap $70 50GB
Add 100GB for $15.

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  #816918 13-May-2013 17:58
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+1 for snap




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  #816919 13-May-2013 17:59
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Naked Broadband with Vodafone and it's discounted if you have a on account mobile that meets the criteria

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/naked-broadband/

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  #817199 14-May-2013 09:36
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Thanks a lot guys!
I had a look at Vodafone after being recommended that by the landlord but needed clarification on what an on account plan is.

johnr, I am on a Smart19Data plan, would that mean I am eligible?

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  #817202 14-May-2013 09:42
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Nivicious: Thanks a lot guys!
I had a look at Vodafone after being recommended that by the landlord but needed clarification on what an on account plan is.

johnr, I am on a Smart19Data plan, would that mean I am eligible?


Smart19Data is a prepay plan, If you were On account we would be sending / emailing you a monthly invoice

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  #817232 14-May-2013 10:17
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Damn.
Snap is winning then.

Will call around today anyway and see what everyone can offer.

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