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jim4nz

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#62731 13-Jun-2010 22:26
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Hi guys, as u all know that telecom is about cut off big time connection, i'm just wondering if any one could provide me some good info about ADSL Plans, my average internet usage is about 80 ~ 110 GB per month, any good recommendations ???

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  #341354 14-Jun-2010 00:11
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Slingshot, with there free off peak data is a really good deal.
And they have great speeds between 8am and 1pm and good most of the rest of the time.
Should be ample for your needs.

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  #341930 15-Jun-2010 14:32
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Slingshot is really slow, especially for international and even slow offpeak, so i would try telstra's unlimited plan if you really need it. Of course the speed might just be my dodgy modem.




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  #341957 15-Jun-2010 15:32
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webwat: so i would try telstra's unlimited plan if you really need it.

What unlimited plan?




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  #341990 15-Jun-2010 16:33
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You didnt mention price, so try this unlimited plan :)
http://www.actrix.co.nz/page.php?id=194

But as above, slinghsot is probably your best bet with the free off peak. That or WxC with their torrent plans (75gb offpeak). Depends the split of your traffic between time-critical (e.g web browsing) and time-flexible (torrenting, backup) use.

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  #342112 15-Jun-2010 22:14
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i saw another post about this company called megatel, are they any good ?? coz the price and data size seems very tempting ^^.... any one had any experience with them ?
my parents often does video streaming so i neeed some good data size during peak time too.

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  #342113 15-Jun-2010 22:19
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Judge for youself http://www.mtel.co.nz/

Personally i would touch it with a bargepole given the chinglish on their website not professional at all.

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