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Topic # 144198 10-May-2014 18:02
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Just a heads up for those in the Bay... we have a stand at the Tauranga Home Show this weekend.

We've got satellite broadband being piped into our stall so are doing live demos of the Streaming Stick.

If you're curious, feel free to come check it out tomorrow between 10am & 5pm.

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  Reply # 1041451 10-May-2014 18:44
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Pity it hadn't been on QB weekend.  Good luck with you stand though..




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  Reply # 1153949 14-Oct-2014 21:27
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We're doing Home Show at Baypark again this weekend.

Same deal as last time - live demo of the Roku Streaming Stick & a sign-up promo which gets you Netflix free for a year.

We're opening up sign-ups to a select number of Waikato & Bay Of Plenty towns as well that don't presently get fibre, offering VDSL at the same price as our fibre 100/20 plan.

If you're in Tauranga this weekend, I'd love to put a face to the handle.

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  Reply # 1154108 15-Oct-2014 08:50
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They should have had the Home show at Labor Weekend when I'm down there..cool




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  Reply # 1155743 15-Oct-2014 22:41
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Gutted, I only signed up a couple of days ago. No free netflix for me :-( I hate it when that happens.



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  Reply # 1156429 16-Oct-2014 22:19
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Kickinbac: Gutted, I only signed up a couple of days ago. No free netflix for me :-( I hate it when that happens.


You're on a faster speed (100Mbps) than the speed on offer at Spring Home Show this weekend (30Mbps).

If you want, happy to put you on the Spring Home Show deal, just drop me a PM.



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  Reply # 1157511 18-Oct-2014 15:10
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Getting the word out about Breaking Bad, just in case anyone had been living under a rock...


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