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Topic # 29795 19-Jan-2009 20:00
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Hey all,

In Australia I am paying $20 for 1 gig of 3G access and have come to rely on it. I am moving to chch soon and was wanting some advice on which service provider to go with. I realise I will have to pay more. I have been out of the country for 4 years, and need an update on the telecommunication scene. Do we still have just the 2 providers in NZ? Do we still get ripped off compared to the rest of the world?

cheers.

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  Reply # 190625 19-Jan-2009 21:09
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There are only two service providers for mobile broadband products (excluding Woosh services), those being Telecom NZ and Vodafone.

You'll find Vodafones offerings here
And Telecoms, here.




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