sbiddle: Better in what respect?
There are significant differences in the offerings from all 3 providers. Both Orcon and Vodafone also offer naked circuits on their ULL gear and Telecom don't.
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eXDee: One thing that you have to watch on the Orcon and Vodafone LLU offerings is that they decrease the port SNR to around 6-7. This is what helps increase the sync rate, but on a dodgy line it can also decrease stability and cause disconnections. In this case i think you should be able to ring up and have it increased slightly, paul might be able to confirm for vf.
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The answer probably depends very heavily on where you live.
If you live close to an exchange, then it'll be down to which ISP is offering the best national/international bandwidth.
If you are in a cabinetised area then you are more likely to be better on a Telecom Wholesale'd service as I don't believe most of the smaller ISPs are putting their equipment into the cabinets yet ... that said I'm not sure Chorus offers sub-loop unbundling yet. Even when they do, there is the question of whether the smaller ISPs are going to have enough scale to make an investment in a cabinet based DSLAM economic ...
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cws82us: whats betta adsl2+ telecom on telecom network or vodafone adsl2+ on there network or orcon adsl2+ ocron. can any one tell me thanks