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Bekkaz

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#43875 22-Oct-2009 14:05
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Hi
I am thinking about signing up to Woosh Bundle of Joy (5gig with phone for $84). I am currently on Telecom.
My dad reckons Woosh are garbage but his opinion is based on the wireless side of things and he doesn't know about the wired side.

How do you find it? What are the speeds like - esp. in comparison with telecom? Any others advice, good or bad?
Thanks

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sunfolk
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  #266669 25-Oct-2009 11:14
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I changed from vodafone to woosh wired a couple of months ago. Speed went from 3 mbps to 11 mbps average. 5gb + phone was only $74 though (I am in Nelson).

Allan

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