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# 92927 9-Nov-2011 08:42
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Hi,

Does anyone know of any ISPs that still offer off peak downloading that does not contribute to the monthly data usage? I know xnet and slingshot did offer it, but they don't any more.


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  # 542946 9-Nov-2011 08:54
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boonrider: Hi,

Does anyone know of any ISPs that still offer off peak downloading that does not contribute to the monthly data usage? I know xnet and slingshot did offer it, but they don't any more.



It's sort of been bypassed by SlingShots $60 AYCE product hasn't it?






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  # 543153 9-Nov-2011 14:44
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Snap does $5 for 3 nights unlimited between 1-7am as an add on.




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  # 543179 9-Nov-2011 15:45
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Thanks for the reply, but do Snap still offer it?

I can't find that option on their webpage - the only option seems to be the $2 google and youtube option.

http://www.snap.net.nz/home/naked/step3


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  # 543203 9-Nov-2011 16:08
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Yes, I just got it last night. To be honest, I don't know where to find it on their site unless you're logged in, then you have the option to buy it (normally what I have circled says click here to buy unlimited data for 3 nights or something similar).

 




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