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Topic # 67663 6-Sep-2010 14:19
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The olds have just moved into a new sub division in Wellington (Aotea) They have been advised by their current provider (Inspire) that they are on a waiting list to get connected, the earliest time being January 2011.

The younger brother isn't impressed, needs his youtube, facebook and itunes to survive.

Aside from outrageously priced mobile plans. What are their options for wireless broadband connections?

Telecom are about as useful as t1ts on a bull and Orocon don't seem to understand what residential wireless is.

Who else can I try?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 377134 6-Sep-2010 14:25
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www.gasp.co.nz

dunno if they have coverage in aotea




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  Reply # 377145 6-Sep-2010 14:43
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Thank you my friend.

Good prices, manager going to check if they have anything.

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  Reply # 377154 6-Sep-2010 15:05
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they can still use dialup internet right? have they got that?



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  Reply # 377214 6-Sep-2010 17:30
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I think they would sooner have nothing...

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