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  Reply # 1031757 26-Apr-2014 19:15
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I was previously with Woosh myself. Switched to Snap so I could get UFB. Would have stayed with Woosh if they offered fibre. Only problem I had was they said I would need to restart my fixed term contract to get a data cap larger than 80GB. (I was on a grandfathered plan). Other than that the internet worked fine. Good speed ect.

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  Reply # 1031840 26-Apr-2014 23:09

Love their national calling pack. For $8.99 a month you can make 'heaps' of calls to landlines up to 40mins. But they have a fair use policy, and according to their website Excessive use will be above 1,000 minutes per customer per month. So making 1 of these 40min calls a day would be excessive LOL 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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I'll add to the record trying to do remote access assistance (using Teamviewer) over a Woosh wireless connection is about as painful as IPstar, but for a number of Southlanders its still the best they can get.

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  Reply # 1032000 27-Apr-2014 13:28
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I found that the over the phone tech support to be good but the local support from the shop to be not sop helpful

As DjShadow says its the only option for some of us who still cant get fixed line BB

Overall I have been happy with the service  


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