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Topic # 12070 26-Feb-2007 19:13
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And what plan should I go with? Im located in Dunedin and money isnt a problem.

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  Reply # 62031 26-Feb-2007 19:23
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Go for XNET Flood @ $49.95 per month which gives you a Full-Speed Up & Down connection.

Then your usage is charged at $1 per GB on top of that.

If you want the best, and can afford to pay for it, this is the plan to go for.  After trying many different ISPs & Plans, XNET Flood is giving me the fastest ADSL connection I ever had at around 5.5Mbps download / 600kbps upload.

Further details here:  http://www.xnet.co.nz/hsi/

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  Reply # 62051 26-Feb-2007 21:40
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I too would recomend Xnet. You can select a speed, and then a data allowance. If you dont use all your data allowance, they dont charge you for what you dont use.

I have heard some really good feedback about xnet as you will find in these forums.




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  Reply # 62083 26-Feb-2007 23:29
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Xnet.

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