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Topic # 95485 5-Jan-2012 21:46
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Currently with Orcon. 30GB a month for $70.

Speeds are good generally about 14/700

12 month contract about to end, is there anyone in Wellington CBD who is on better or can recommend something?

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  Reply # 565031 5-Jan-2012 21:48
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Depends exactly where you are, TCL cable doesn't cover the bulk of the CBD but that's only $65 for 40GB with no phoneline.



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  Reply # 565043 5-Jan-2012 22:01
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Wakefield Street.



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  Reply # 565067 5-Jan-2012 22:29
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Actually didn't realize I fall within VDSL2 area, any suggestions about who I could look at for that?

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  Reply # 565071 5-Jan-2012 22:39
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Kopkiwi: Actually didn't realize I fall within VDSL2 area, any suggestions about who I could look at for that?


snap/unleash 

its usually $50 more just to have VDSL2 






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  Reply # 565075 5-Jan-2012 22:51
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Wow. Those prices aren't cheap lol.

Might just hang ten on VDSL for now...



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  Reply # 565899 7-Jan-2012 21:33
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So....anyone? Anything other than VDSL2?

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