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  Reply # 1036425 4-May-2014 14:12
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Athlonite: out of them both I'd choose Orcon (and I did) tongue-out


Poor Athlonite for picking the wrong provider :(







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  Reply # 1036433 4-May-2014 14:56
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I wish Chorus could do Saturdays. 







 
 
 
 


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solaybro: I wish Chorus could do Saturdays. 


They did for me?







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  Reply # 1036460 4-May-2014 15:18
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TimA:
solaybro: I wish Chorus could do Saturdays. 


They did for me?


When you select a preferred date for them to come out Saturdays and Sundays aren't an option.







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solaybro:
TimA:
solaybro: I wish Chorus could do Saturdays. 


They did for me?


When you select a preferred date for them to come out Saturdays and Sundays aren't an option.


Hah, When i was on trial i said they can come saturday morning and they did.







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TimA:
solaybro:
TimA:
solaybro: I wish Chorus could do Saturdays. 


They did for me?


When you select a preferred date for them to come out Saturdays and Sundays aren't an option.


Hah, When i was on trial i said they can come saturday morning and they did.


I might try calling and asking for it, it might not be an option because everyone would chose it but if I ask they might allow it.







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anyone know the costs of static ips on these plans? the only price I found was vodafone at $20.40 a month (which is really overrpiced compared to the $5 a month im currently paying snap for one).

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reven: anyone know the costs of static ips on these plans? the only price I found was vodafone at $20.40 a month (which is really overrpiced compared to the $5 a month im currently paying snap for one).


Think it's been changed to $5 on VF as well I saw somewhere

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johnr:
reven: anyone know the costs of static ips on these plans? the only price I found was vodafone at $20.40 a month (which is really overrpiced compared to the $5 a month im currently paying snap for one).


Think it's been changed to $5 on VF as well I saw somewhere


can someone confirm that, the only pricing i can find are here

http://help.vodafone.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/14591/~/what-is-a-static-ip%3F
http://help.vodafone.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/20887/~/can-i-have-a-static-ip-address-for-a-dial-up-%2F-high-speed-connection%3F

which both say $20.40.  might be old, but only pricing i can find.

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johnr:
reven: anyone know the costs of static ips on these plans? the only price I found was vodafone at $20.40 a month (which is really overrpiced compared to the $5 a month im currently paying snap for one).


Think it's been changed to $5 on VF as well I saw somewhere


Could you please confirm that johnr?  The $20 I am paying at one location for a STatic IP *really* rips my undies.




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JamesL: Only thing I could fine is that it's $5 for fibre customers: http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Broadband-landline-packs/UFB-Naked-Broadband-amp-Static-IP/m-p/121861/highlight/true#M7005


Hi,
Fibre is billed from the same system as Cable hence $5 static IP's fopr that service.
Current ADSL and VDSL for Vodafone is $20.40 as per website.

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  Reply # 1037057 5-May-2014 14:58
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$20 is ridiculous, even with the bundled add-ons that are pointless

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TimA: Fibre is billed from the same system as Cable hence $5 static IP's for that service.
Current ADSL and VDSL for Vodafone is $20.40 as per website.


TimA can you please ask the relevant team to review this?  Having to buy the whole Internet Pack when you only need a Static IP really is uneconomic.

On my office VDSL connection (predating Vodafone coming to the VDSL party) which is on a residential plan, I get one Static IP free and I pay $5/month for a second Static IP (greedy I know).  AFAIK I'm not using a 'budget' provider.

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TimA: Fibre is billed from the same system as Cable hence $5 static IP's for that service.
Current ADSL and VDSL for Vodafone is $20.40 as per website.


TimA can you please ask the relevant team to review this?  Having to buy the whole Internet Pack when you only need a Static IP really is uneconomic.

On my office VDSL connection (predating Vodafone coming to the VDSL party) which is on a residential plan, I get one Static IP free and I pay $5/month for a second Static IP (greedy I know).  AFAIK I'm not using a 'budget' provider.

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Emailed a few guys advising of this thread.

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