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Master Geek


Topic # 9944 25-Oct-2006 21:51
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I'm finally leaving Auckland after 12 long years in favour of Melbourne, Oz.

Having just a quick look with BigPond and such the plans seem to be fairly suckfull to say the least and the new plans in NZ sound a lot better than they are in Oz...

I there any really good ISP. Obviously the fastest with the biggest cap for the lowest dollar as per usual...

Also Cable is available at the house we got and that seems to be more tempting as its faster that the ADSL plans Ive seen...

Any recomendations or a list of decent ISPs?


Thanks


** looks like Internode offer ADSL2 and its available in the area

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Master Geek


  Reply # 49728 26-Oct-2006 01:07
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I Thoroughly recommend iiNet ;)

Haha Only cause i work for them but if you DO want ADSL2 we have the most extensive Network in Australia.




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Geek


  Reply # 50089 28-Oct-2006 18:36
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I was with internode when I lived there for about 3 years.  No problems and good for online gaming aswell. (COD, CODUO, BF2)

www.internode.net.au

The plans were good as they were capped.  I was there until last year.

Grab a couple of the Australian PC User you can get it here.  There's good information in there on ISP's.

Cheers
Topes


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