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  #2391716 14-Jan-2020 12:51
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im running a 10gb network at home so i'll get it once it drops to the 100-150 a month price bracket, no interest @ $200 month though 


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  #2391911 14-Jan-2020 14:40
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johny99:

 

IMHO the 30/10 (50/20 chorus) plan is more than ample for most households.

 

 

Silly statement really. There are so many riders on this eg number of people in the household and what they do eg stream or game.


 
 
 
 


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  #2400975 17-Jan-2020 21:35
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I'm going to upgrade to 40Gbps at home from 10Gbps recently, waiting for switch coming. $200 for 4Gbps is not too bad if you work at home. The price will drop sooner or later. Korean and China has proved faster internet is good for economy and innovation. 


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  #2400983 17-Jan-2020 21:56
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https://xkcd.com/285/

 

 

 

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  #2415061 9-Feb-2020 14:25
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Anyone in queenstown or wanaka ordered hyperfibre?

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