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Topic # 58587 15-Mar-2010 18:33
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Anyone use woosh wireless for bittorrent? whats the speed like? and hows general use on it thinking of switching back or going onto telecom mobile broadband plan instead.

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  Reply # 307484 15-Mar-2010 18:49
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Hi - I've been on Woosh since returning to NZ in '08. I know it was pretty average in it's early days, but I've found it to be great this time around and the only time I've been cut off was when I moved house.
I know everyone's experience is different, but there's alot of stupid snobbery around in these forums about Woosh. I think it's well worth it - plus you're not locked down to having a landline which is great if you don't want one.
Cheers.



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  Reply # 307785 16-Mar-2010 12:43
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Have you tried torrents on it? What's the speed like on them

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  Reply # 308736 18-Mar-2010 13:42
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I can get anything up to 160Kbps downloads.  I have a really good signal at my place though.

Have managed to use 60+ GB's in a month..

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