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#7088 17-Mar-2006 22:51
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Here's my little gift as a new comer to this forum:
I origionally posted it on the Orcon forums.
Plan Comparison Sheet

I basically plotted plans from Orcon, Xtra, Ihug, Actrix and Woosh on to a graph for easy comparison.
There are also tables for easy price comparison and suggestions based on how much traffic you use.

For people with high data demands it appears that Orcons got the best plans for now.(not)

[EDIT]
Now added SlingShot's plans, it now appears that they have the best 2m plans.
[EDIT 2]
Now with plans from WorldNet and WorldXChange(Xnet)
[EDIT 3]
Now with new plans from Actrix
[EDIT 4]
Now with new 3.5m plans from Slingshot, only the 30$/50GB's are shown though. It's getting a bit cluttered and people on such speeds suck a lot of data anyway.
[EDIT 5]
Now with new plans from Xtra and Ihug, take a look at xtra's 3.5m 10GB auto sense plans at the table section. It is actually possible to reach a jaw dropping $22.7k charge if you max it out to 1.1TB a month...

[EDIT 6]
Slingshot's extra data charges are now 25$ for 30GB and 40$ for 50GB

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  #30992 18-Mar-2006 09:52
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thanks thats great, very interesting stuff.









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  #31120 20-Mar-2006 16:42
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It's been 2 days and theres only one reply? I can really use some advice on the accuracy of my figures here especially for the Sling Shot plans and Ihug, I heard you can buy allowences for the advanced plans.

 
 
 
 


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  #31765 30-Mar-2006 10:58
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Id love to reply on the accuracy, however I can't get to the form?

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  #31786 30-Mar-2006 15:31
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Thanks for that - it just saved me a heap of time!

What with the whole increase of speed, I was wondering if I could do any better than Orcon.. Apparantly not!

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  #31787 30-Mar-2006 15:38
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How about including the TCL cable plans on this as well for reference?


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  #31933 31-Mar-2006 21:07
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Perhaps you should label your axes? I can't get what's being plotted? Sorry for the ignorance.

 
 
 
 




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  #31941 1-Apr-2006 00:15
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sbiddle: How about including the TCL cable plans on this as well for reference?


I only consider plans that make sense and are available to most of NZ.

bonkiebonks: Perhaps you should label your axes? I can't get what's being plotted? Sorry for the ignorance.

Y:$$$ X:data in GB

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  #32521 7-Apr-2006 17:21
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Hi there.

COuld I have permssion to put this on my website (http://www.nzdsl.co.nz)
If someone has already done this.. I dont' have to go thru the process in
getting it all made up again.

Thank
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  #32526 7-Apr-2006 18:04
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LennonNZ: Hi there.

COuld I have permssion to put this on my website (http://www.nzdsl.co.nz)
If someone has already done this.. I dont' have to go thru the process in
getting it all made up again.

Thank
Craig
http://www.nzdsl.co.nz


Ofcourse, just include a link back here for credit.

Another thing is the I'm busy with 3rd year CSE assignments right now (making an assembler...) so I haven't updated the ihug plans to their new ones yet.

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  #32541 7-Apr-2006 23:39
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LennonNZ: Hi there.

COuld I have permssion to put this on my website (http://www.nzdsl.co.nz)
If someone has already done this.. I dont' have to go thru the process in
getting it all made up again.

Thank
Craig
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  #33380 19-Apr-2006 16:19
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Remember that this just became redundant, with this weeks changes to the broadband prices and packages across the board.
Though Telecom / Xtra is still a total waste of money compared to Slingshot.

Still, great work, and hopefully this will get updated (if the author can be bothered)

Not so useful for domestic packages - where the price differential isn't so great, but when it comes down to high-use packages REALLY interesting.

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  #33382 19-Apr-2006 16:27
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there were changes to prices and packages this week??

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  #33386 19-Apr-2006 16:42
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Across the board.

Telecom NZ just raised the speed options up to 3.5Mbit/sec

Xtra
200MB, 256kbit/sec for $30 + 2c per MB excess Charge
1GB, 2Mbit/sec for $40
5GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $50
10GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $60
10GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $80 (512kbit/sec upload) + 2c per MB excess Charge (Do the Maths - that's a NIGHTMARE! - $20 per GB)
20GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $100 (512kbit/sec upload) + 2c per MB excess Charge
40GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $150 (512kbit/sec upload) + 2c per MB excess Charge
http://jetstream.xtra.co.nz/chm/0,8763,203086-202321,00.html

Slingshot is now doing
3GB, 256kbit/sec for $30
5GB, 2Mbit/sec for $40
10GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $50
10GB, 3.5Mbit/sec for $80 (512kbit/sec upload)
http://www.slingshot.co.nz/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabindex=999&tabid=11&subnav=3

iHug now only provides a 3.5MBit/sec speed, with decent useage caps
0.5MB + Crippling extra charge for $30
3GB for $40
15GB for $50
http://www.ihug.co.nz/products/broadband/

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  #33392 19-Apr-2006 16:53
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can you elaborate? i haven't noticed anything further to the changes of earlier in the month...

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