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Topic # 24542 27-Jul-2008 12:31
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Hi all...

I'm visiting New Zealand for approx 3 months with work and am looking for the cheapist way to have wireless braodband to keep in contact with home (Australia) email /voip / approx 1 gig data..

I currently have a 6 gig a month wireless deal for $39 and use my nokia 6110 to surf the net/emails/voip for only $6 month extra for 100 meg

but can't seem to find anythig close in NZ with a quick search..
any assistance appreciated..

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  Reply # 151780 27-Jul-2008 12:52
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Telecom has a promo running at the moment which may suit you. 1GB+ plan for $49.95 + GST per month, with the first 6 months at 1/2 price on a 24month term and $49 for the device (T Stick). Once you have done 2 months of your term it will only cost $100 to exit the plan. So the device would cost $149 if you factor in the $100 termination fee, of which you could keep the device for next time you visit, or flick it on TradeMe or something.

nzbnw

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobilebroadbandoffer?pid=int007










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  Reply # 151782 27-Jul-2008 13:05
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Thanks for the info nzbnw,

I'll look into that one...

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