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Topic # 7721 5-May-2006 07:48
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Ummm, maybe better the way it is.....

From Stuff.co.nz this morning >>

"High-speed internet for $10 a day complete with internet-based TV and video services are on the cards within two years, according to internet service providers. "




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Reply # 34937 5-May-2006 08:26
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$300 p/month! How many NZ families will be able to afford that? Money mouth




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  Reply # 34938 5-May-2006 08:35
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lol. but seriously, one of the isps did say $10 a day for broadband, im sure it was that mutton-dressed-as-lamb annette presley. (but i could be wrong)







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Reply # 34939 5-May-2006 08:39
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I hear Annette is promising DVD quality movies over broadband. I guess that would be movies from Bollywood.




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  Reply # 34947 5-May-2006 09:51
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Looks like it was a miss print - has been changed to $10 a month...

http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3657758a11,00.html

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  Reply # 34948 5-May-2006 10:00
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freitasm: And where is the money for investments in infrastructure coming from?



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