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Topic # 25110 12-Aug-2008 14:25
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Hi All,

As a matter of interest, are there any ISPs offering free traffic to view the Olympics streams off TVNZ?

The hosted coverage (the same as is showing on free to air TVOne): Live Sport Extra (the extra channel that’s also on Freeview): TVNZ3 (an online-only channel): TVNZ 4 (another online-only channel): Day by day schedule - http://tvnz.co.nz/content/1985383





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  Reply # 156288 12-Aug-2008 14:49
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All data/traffic to stream the Olympics from TVNZ will be free and unmetered for all Snap Customers. This includes all homes and businesses using our Broadband (DSL and Cable), Wireless and Fibrenetworks. This offer will last for the entire Olympic Games.

 

I hope you enjoy watching the Olympics as much we at Snap have.

 

http://www.snap.net.nz/





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  Reply # 156290 12-Aug-2008 15:08
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Cool - ta!





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 156293 12-Aug-2008 15:15
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RalphFromSnap:

 using our Broadband (DSL and Cable)

http://www.snap.net.nz/



A wee bit OT I know but what cable plans do you offer? Is this Chch only?

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  Reply # 156297 12-Aug-2008 15:27
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sbiddle:
RalphFromSnap:

 using our Broadband (DSL and Cable)

http://www.snap.net.nz/



A wee bit OT I know but what cable plans do you offer? Is this Chch only?
Cable was available only to businesses with special circumstances that required services we weren't able to provide over another medium. Sorry to get your hopes up.




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