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Topic # 121060 22-Jun-2013 22:53
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Hello 

ISP  , Wirelessnation , is providing unlimited broadband for $ 79 . Has anyone used them in Central Auckland ? 

Appreciate reviews.

Tnx

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  Reply # 841798 22-Jun-2013 22:59
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Like all unlimited/unmetered plans there is a fair use clause, and you get what you pay for so don't set your expectations too high. They offer caps plans which I'm sure perform better. 


If you have signed up for our “NO DATA CAP” packages then you can download or upload as much as you like but your usage must be within our customers' average and estimated use patterns.If we feel that your activities are so excessive that other customers are detrimentally affected, we may give you a written warning (by email or otherwise). We also reserve the right to put your access to network in low priority queue and/or slow down or limit/manage the traffic flow to your access. In extreme circumstances, if the levels of activity don’t immediately decrease in line with our instructions after the warning, we may terminate or suspend your Services.

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  Reply # 841804 22-Jun-2013 23:13
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The 79 is the price for if you already have a landline. I.e. the actual price will be 79 PLUS 50 odd dollars for your landline.

They do have no cap naked for $89 though.

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  Reply # 841817 22-Jun-2013 23:52
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They are pretty decent, they do specialise in providing wireless connections, but there adsl plans are great. Speed are not a problem, and to be stung with there fair use policy, you'll be looking at 350gb.

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