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Topic # 23397 27-Jun-2008 17:40
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Hi guys,
Can anyone recommend me a good ISP to go with in Dunedin(Besides Orcon) For heavy gaming/downloading(predominantly youtube/torrents) with good speeds/service etc?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 140962 27-Jun-2008 19:13
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At home I have Wireless Internet..

Connected at 1mb/s Down - 1mb/s Up

They do Unlimited bandwidth :)

Nice prices also..


At work we have Xnet DSL - Plan= Flood - Data pack= Torrent  (75GB free 12am-8am)

We are on the South Dunedin Exchange - It now has ADSL2+

Our Router Syncs at:

Line Rate - 16,892 Kbps Down / 945 Kbps
Attainable - 22,236 Kbps Down / 945 Kbps

Did a   test right now we get

7874kbps Down -  777kbps Up

Its not ADSL2+ but still great  speed 24/7

Hope this helps

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Master Geek

  Reply # 141197 29-Jun-2008 12:43
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I have Xnet Flood off NEV exchange for the last month or so. Been very happy with it. The only thing that is ever slow is
Usually sync mid to high 8000s, allegedly on an ADSL2+ profile.
Had not done a speed test until writing this post, but I'm pretty happy with this

Presume the torrent plan would work out for your purposes.


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  Reply # 141636 30-Jun-2008 19:26
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Thanks for all the recommendations! xnet it is then.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 141698 30-Jun-2008 21:39
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Lol mint..
Ohh if u know anyone on Xnet already.. You can use their number as a referral and Xnet will credit their account with some $$..

If you get a chance post back your speed tests with your new connection.

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