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Topic # 48558 16-Nov-2009 15:34
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You may have notice my other post i asked about telecom broadband well this is because im searching for a new provider. I am sick of slingshots throttling. I dont care if i have to pay extra for going over my capp for the month like $5 per Gb which is why im looking at Kiwi Link. Kiwi link sais on their website they have the following

No Restriction on Usage
We don't restrict data usage at peak times. One price whatever the time of day.

Minimum Contracts From as Short as 3 Months
We won't tie you into a 12 month contract if you don't want to. You can start with as little as a 3 month contract.

Friendly, Personal and Helpful Customer Helpdesk
We are a small ISP and pride ourselves on our customer service.

Long Track Record
The KiwiLink Internet business has been around for over 10 years providing quality Internet services and web hosting to both residential and business customers.

Email Included
All broadband plans include email, with anti-spam and anti-virus filtering. You can even access your email when away from home using our web page.

Usage Meter
Check your month's usage any time at our website meter.

No Extra Charges Just Because You Are On a Business Line
Experience the same great prices whether you are a business or home user.

No Speed Throttling
If you exceed your data limit we will charge for excess usage at $5 /GB rather than reduce your speed to dial up.

Dial Up Backup
From $5 /mth we can provide backup dial up connection in case you need to connect when away.

whats your opionion or can you even give me a personal experience with this isp what speeds do you get? Have you used this isp with xbox live or Playstation Network i am preferably looking at their 20G Full Speed Plan which has full upload speed and download speed some help would be apreciated.

here is the page if you want to see for your self

I am awaiting your responses :)

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  Reply # 273602 16-Nov-2009 17:53
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Do you have a land line, are you moving that too or keeping your current provider?  Are you considering Naked ASDL + VOIP?

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  Reply # 273607 16-Nov-2009 18:11
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worm9100: No Restriction on Usage
We don't restrict data usage at peak times. One price whatever the time of day.

I don't think this really matters, I would be more concerned with what is their network congestion like at peak times.

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