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# 29298 2-Jan-2009 08:52
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Hi ya'all,

Free national traffic plans? Do such exist?

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  # 186972 2-Jan-2009 08:55
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FredDag: Hi ya'all,



Free national traffic plans? Do such exist?



Fred


Yes. Does of course depend of course on where you are located and how much you want to pay.



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  # 186982 2-Jan-2009 10:41
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for my parents.. they would hardly surf the internet but I have mediacentre's installed and will be looking at moving movies.. of the kids.. to them so they can check out the newest shots of son throwing toy at his little sister.

The areas I am interested in are Hamner Springs and Christchurch. Price, cheapest ;)

I had a look here http://ispfind.co.nz but I do not see an unlimited national traffic plan 8(

Fred

p.s. what happened to the forum.. I cannot post images anymore 8(




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  # 186989 2-Jan-2009 11:36
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I don't think there are any residential ISP's offering unlimted national data now simply because they all got burnt by people abusing it.

It's quite a common feature for business plans and most of the cable and fibre resellers but at the end of the day you get what you pay for.



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>by people abusing it



Bloody people! If only there were no people online then the internet would be so much better. BAN ALL PEOPLE FROM THE INTERNET NOW!!Eleven!



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