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camet

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#12148 1-Mar-2007 17:48
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im currently on xtras go large plan. i have a server running torrentflux in america. i download about 7gb a day through http off it.

i am about to move soon so the go large plan wont be avaliable for me anymore.



Is there any other unlimited plans in new zealand that have no slow down of speed when i use it excessivly? dosnt matter about if they have traffic shapping or not.

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  #62483 1-Mar-2007 22:18
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You must watch a lot of movies!!!

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  #62486 1-Mar-2007 22:23
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As far as I know you can get the Go Large plan provisioned again if you are moving (ie. no disconnection, change plan etc) and the DSL/phoneline is being kept intact. 




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  #62495 1-Mar-2007 22:39
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cokemaster: As far as I know you can get the Go Large plan provisioned again if you are moving (ie. no disconnection, change plan etc) and the DSL/phoneline is being kept intact.


I can't because ive got a home bussiness with its own number and that moving to its own office and im moving to a new house. i want to keep the number with the bussiness.



anyone know about gasp's internet?



http://www.gasp.co.nz/Site/Products/Residential.aspx



its got unlimited. but what are the limits?



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  #62515 1-Mar-2007 23:46
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Have you actually asked telecom if you can keep it or not? They should be able to change your number then move the connection?  




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  #62536 2-Mar-2007 01:12
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camet: im currently on xtras go large plan. i have a server running torrentflux in america. i download about 7gb a day through http off it.


Nice, I didn't know this could be done..

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  #62562 2-Mar-2007 11:23
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camet:
anyone know about gasp's internet?

http://www.gasp.co.nz/Site/Products/Residential.aspx


its got unlimited. but what are the limits?



They do not appear to provide a DSL service......

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