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Topic # 56117 12-Jan-2010 17:33
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Hi there, just wondering what our best option is for an internet service provider on Waiheke (Oneroa)? We are currently with Orcon but don't want to be for various reasons. Our usage tends to fluctuate , so ideally a low usage plan with the option of buying extra data would be best. Also need to change our phone connection, hence a package deal would be great.

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Reply # 289358 12-Jan-2010 17:48
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Why not look around ISP websites

Also did you read this sticky post before asking?

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=29409

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  Reply # 289385 12-Jan-2010 19:15
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Also there is a Wireless ISP called YNET which is a Waiheke only ISP which has wireless site to site across the island, and a Wireless link back to ICONZ at the bottom of queen street.





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  Reply # 289405 12-Jan-2010 20:21
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Can you elaborate on what problem you're having with Orcon's service because it's possible you have a house wiring issue or line fault and would have the same problem with any ISP offering ADSL over the same line or  exchange/cabinet equipment.

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