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Topic # 13835 31-May-2007 10:02
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Ihug have just advised me that for June we can download as much as we like with no Fair Useage Policy.
"GO WILD with your broadband 3 this month - no limits! "
The reason as they state : "

At ihug we want to make sure we have the best 'no data limit' broadband plan for our customers. So we're constantly testing and trialling behind the scenes to make sure our broadband plan is NZ's best.

"You've been randomly selected, along with a small number of other broadband 3 customers, to help with some of our testing."

At 1st we were a bit cynical re this and wondered if it was a "payback" for folk who encountered problems with the data monitoring during the last month and when we had our FUP (fair user policy ) caps instigated as a result of going over limits??

Many other users get this??



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  Reply # 72961 31-May-2007 10:14
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Many other users get this??


I got this and tried a few streaming video things like tvuplayer and joost, and both were too jerky to watch.
I guess its a matter to letting people loose but making sure its too slow to use the high bandwidth programs.

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