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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 94648 16-Dec-2011 00:40
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Moved into an apartment, so of course a new internet connection is top of my list.

Naturally I go to Geekzone as I know from here I can see the link to  NZ Connections

Unfortunately however redirects to !?!?

What to do! Is it going to be coming back very soon? (I know it was around only a month ago)

Can anybody else recommend an alternative resource site?

Or what plans two guys living in downtown Auckland should consider? Naked DSL preferred, as we don't need a phone line (got plenty of mobile phones instead!). 

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  Reply # 558519 16-Dec-2011 00:51
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NZ Connections hasn't really been updated in the past two years - and as a resource quickly became outdated. An announcement about NZ Connections should be up in the near future.

Alternatives? Well... Consumer's TelMe is the only independent one I can think of. Other ones tend to sell the large providers, in which case you should be able to grab details from provider websites.

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  Reply # 558521 16-Dec-2011 01:09
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