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#233611 24-Apr-2018 14:34
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Okay sure this topic must have been asked before bit of a different spin this time :)

 

 

 

I am currently using Vodafone with Sky and mobile with Spark.

 

I have access to a couple of streaming services but only use Light box.

 

VDSL in my area and want unlimited broadband

 

No land line 

 

Lightbox (happy to pay seperate for this)

 

Sky with Rugby channel (I do NOT want to stream my rugby at this stage)

 

 

 

Suggestions please.

 

 

 

Thanks guys and girls of course


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  #2001679 24-Apr-2018 14:39
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  #2001681 24-Apr-2018 14:44
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beenz; Okay sure this topic must have been asked before bit of a different spin this time :)

 

if you are sure its been asked a bit before did you look for the previous topics and see what was recommended there?

 

you sound like a typical person wanting an unlimited connection, of which there are heaps of threads on here about that.

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2001711 24-Apr-2018 15:27
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Best what?

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  #2001714 24-Apr-2018 15:34
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Spark are great, especially if you're on a mobile plan with them and can get $10/off per month.

 

If price is a real issue then have a look at BigPipe or something (I personally wouldn't use BigPipe for UFB but happy to for ADSL/VDSL)

 

 


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  #2001740 24-Apr-2018 16:07
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Been a happy customer of Snap/2Degrees for a few years now.

 

 

 

All you can eat data, discount for my mobile, reliable service with a seemingly well developed back end and international data capability and I have just moved successfully to Giga UFB from VDSL in a very quick and easy move.

 

 

 

Much better than my previous provider - Slingshot - whose service performance over copper was quite erratic.





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  #2002005 25-Apr-2018 01:18

@beenz Why do you want to change from Vodafone? As Vodafone do offer plans with unlimited data on VDSL. Maybe you are on a discontinued plan, and getting a better plan might be as simple as asking Vodafone to put you on a newer plan.





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  #2002030 25-Apr-2018 07:02
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Look for the sky discount thread on how to get sky half price.

 
 
 
 




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  #2002062 25-Apr-2018 09:10
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kryptonjohn: Look for the sky discount thread on how to get sky half price.


Wow send me the link please 😀

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  #2002082 25-Apr-2018 09:53
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beenz:
kryptonjohn: Look for the sky discount thread on how to get sky half price.


Wow send me the link please 😀

 

Look for the sky discount thread


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  #2002086 25-Apr-2018 09:53
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Look in the Sky forum.


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  #2002265 25-Apr-2018 13:13
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hang on we will go get you a spoon


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