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Woosh wireless speed?
Last I heard they had upgraded to 2.2/900, but can't find anything on their website or via google.
Funnily enough, I have seen connections running at 2.4MBPS with an upload of 800kbps. And that was in Tuatapere (their first UMTS node down here) of all places!
Last time I spoke to some ex-work colleagues, they still said that the rates were about the same. Although, Woosh's upload/download rates are never consistent.
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Thanks Gomez, so hard to find any information about it. Spent sometime looking through their website but gave up. Although past experience and gut feeling tell me to stay well clear ;)
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