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  Reply # 820447 16-May-2013 08:49
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traderstu:
dimsim:
grant_k: Another option is NetSmart:

http://www.netsmart.co.nz/broadband/index.cfm?page=coverage

They have coverage around the Te Puke area.


annoying they don't advertise the speed of their service.


I'm with Netsmart. I'm on an older plan. Tonight I am getting 18ms ping, 11.01 Mbps down & 2.92 Mbps up. They have a newer wimax offering that is faster. I run voip (2talk) without any issues.


great specs - any one rural should be extremely happy with those.

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  Reply # 820558 16-May-2013 11:44
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Yes, and I should have said above that I am more than happy with the service, very reliable, and I have no hesitation in recommending them.

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