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  # 1358819 4-Aug-2015 16:57
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netspeed only sell RBI in Taranaki, if you want RBI cut out the middle man and go straight to Vodafone.




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# 1358843 4-Aug-2015 17:01
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i'd honestly prefer wireless eh, do you happen to know what ping to AUS is on your service

 
 
 
 


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  # 1358845 4-Aug-2015 17:03
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If you give me an IP of where you want me to ping and ill do it from our AP closest to Okato, then it will be +/-2ms from there to your place.




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  # 1358849 4-Aug-2015 17:08
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Sent a PM :)

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  # 1358861 4-Aug-2015 17:28
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Assuming syd.valve.net is the host name for the Steam service in Sydney:

[admin@kahui] > ping syd.valve.net
sent=118 received=118 packet-loss=0% min-rtt=42ms avg-rtt=50ms max-rtt=76ms




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  # 1358882 4-Aug-2015 18:20
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How much data do you need?

 

And Okato (right in the township anyway) can get VDSL and RBI according to Chorus - which road are you on?

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