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  Reply # 1133205 21-Sep-2014 18:43
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grant_k: Ultimate Broadband have released some new plans today which include 50GB of 'Off-Peak' data for no extra cost:

Ultimate Broadband RBI Wireless Plans

This means 65GB of data for $75 per month, or 80GB for $99 per month.  For the first time on RBI Wireless, it's now possible to download a decent amount of video during off-peak hours, for later viewing.  I can see many farming families being very happy about this.


Hi Grant.     I'm new here.    How do I go about contacting you personally [or someone used to unique installations] about a installation we are looking at doing on farm with RBI as the backhaul?   It will be involving ..  Solar Powered RBI receiver and Ubiquiti Airmax AP repeater...PTMP setup to two locations.  We have had the site checked at the back of the farm...It gets 17Mbits download, 40 - 57 ping.  Its ideal and off the Mangatapere RBI tower. 
You rates are miles a head of the competition. Not concerned about you garrenting the perfect service as it would be DIY technically.  So would like to talk, if possible.



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  Reply # 1133227 21-Sep-2014 20:14
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cowpoos:
grant_k: Ultimate Broadband have released some new plans today which include 50GB of 'Off-Peak' data for no extra cost:

Ultimate Broadband RBI Wireless Plans

This means 65GB of data for $75 per month, or 80GB for $99 per month.  For the first time on RBI Wireless, it's now possible to download a decent amount of video during off-peak hours, for later viewing.  I can see many farming families being very happy about this.


Hi Grant.     I'm new here.    How do I go about contacting you personally [or someone used to unique installations] about a installation we are looking at doing on farm with RBI as the backhaul?   It will be involving ..  Solar Powered RBI receiver and Ubiquiti Airmax AP repeater...PTMP setup to two locations.  We have had the site checked at the back of the farm...It gets 17Mbits download, 40 - 57 ping.  Its ideal and off the Mangatapere RBI tower. 
You rates are miles a head of the competition. Not concerned about you garrenting the perfect service as it would be DIY technically.  So would like to talk, if possible.

Hi Ryan,

Welcome to Geekzone!

I'm a customer of Ultimate Broadband, rather than an installer, so I'll put you in touch with Fraser who handles the installations in Auckland and Waikato.  By "Mangatapere" I'm guessing that you are referring to the area about 15 mins west of Whangarei?  In which case, Fraser will be your nearest port of call.

It sounds like you have an ideal site, but will have some work to do in order to get the connection back to your house.

Contact details coming via PM.

Cheers,
Grant.





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  Reply # 1135236 24-Sep-2014 08:48
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grant_k:
cowpoos:
grant_k: Ultimate Broadband have released some new plans today which include 50GB of 'Off-Peak' data for no extra cost:

Ultimate Broadband RBI Wireless Plans

This means 65GB of data for $75 per month, or 80GB for $99 per month.  For the first time on RBI Wireless, it's now possible to download a decent amount of video during off-peak hours, for later viewing.  I can see many farming families being very happy about this.


Hi Grant.     I'm new here.    How do I go about contacting you personally [or someone used to unique installations] about a installation we are looking at doing on farm with RBI as the backhaul?   It will be involving ..  Solar Powered RBI receiver and Ubiquiti Airmax AP repeater...PTMP setup to two locations.  We have had the site checked at the back of the farm...It gets 17Mbits download, 40 - 57 ping.  Its ideal and off the Mangatapere RBI tower. 
You rates are miles a head of the competition. Not concerned about you garrenting the perfect service as it would be DIY technically.  So would like to talk, if possible.

Hi Ryan,

Welcome to Geekzone!

I'm a customer of Ultimate Broadband, rather than an installer, so I'll put you in touch with Fraser who handles the installations in Auckland and Waikato.  By "Mangatapere" I'm guessing that you are referring to the area about 15 mins west of Whangarei?  In which case, Fraser will be your nearest port of call.

It sounds like you have an ideal site, but will have some work to do in order to get the connection back to your house.

Contact details coming via PM.

Cheers,
Grant.

As per Grant's post, I can help you get sorted, or you can talk to http://www.ultimatebroadband.co.nz/ directly. I can install in your area too (travel charge applies).

Cheers
Fraser





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