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Topic # 52735 7-Dec-2009 14:09
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I read the highly useful (now closed) thread "Read this before asking about the best ISP" and also clicked through to the NZ Connections chart. I saw the chart was last modified: 14/11/2008 and was wondering if there is a newer version of this fantastic chart somewhere?

I'm looking for the best 'starter pack' deal for my mother-in-law who's a light-user but likes to do it in fullspeed and have the 'smart phone' features as part of the overall package (and not to have to pay for them separately each).

So far the best I've found is

Orcon
- No contracts.
- 42c/min to NZ mobiles any time.
- Bronze+ 1 Gb full speed, $69.95 (no smart phone features)
- Silver+ 5Gb full speed, $79.95 including smart phone features

Do you know of a plan that can beat those?

Thanks for any help & tips

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  Reply # 280046 7-Dec-2009 17:00
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Chat to manhinli or cokemaster, both are involved in that site.



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  Reply # 280049 7-Dec-2009 17:03
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Thanks!

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