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FlyingPete

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#27815 7-Nov-2008 12:15
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Long time listener here, first time caller:

I am about to move out of Auckland down to Taranaki and I will need Broadband!

What is the best deal down there?  I am currently employed by the IT arm of a large telco and have a good staff deal which gives me no caps on speeds and a 40GB data cap.  I typically use at least 20-30GB per month.

There does not seem to be any LLU down there so no special deals to be had in that space, from my quick look around it looks to me as if a Telecom landline/broadband package is the best deal (shock horror!), fairly disappointed in the offerings from everyone else, they seem to be focusing there energies on LLU based plans.

Any thoughts would be great!

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hellonearthisman
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  #176714 7-Nov-2008 19:47
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TCL has some good wires in Taranaki.

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