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# 37027 6-Jul-2009 13:15
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Dear All

I am looking for a service provider who could offer short term broadband service, a friend is coming over for a month for work and holiday, and he wants to use broadband service while he is here. The place that he has booked is charging him $50 per week for 'reasonable usage', but when asked what they mean by 'reasonable usage', they could not say.
Does anyone knows which company I can contact for short term broadband service please ?

regards

Pak

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  # 231638 6-Jul-2009 14:03
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might pay to go to either the vodafone or xt store and check out their prepay mobile broadband, for a month, I think that's the best, if not the only solution.

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  # 232089 7-Jul-2009 15:37
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I think you can get Orcon for a single month.

 
 
 
 


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  # 232095 7-Jul-2009 15:53
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Behodar: I think you can get Orcon for a single month.


Yes but then you need a landline etc.

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