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  # 1371237 20-Aug-2015 22:30
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If you dont care about wifi getting 200 meg or you only have crappy 802.11n devices then the cheapest will be fine - the rt-n56u - delivers 208/208 on a bigpipe 200 meg connection to wired. Low 100s to a wireless 5GHz 802.11n device and about 10 to a 2.4Ghz device in my testing of it.

The ac models will only really help if you have ac wireless on your devices. They can all get the full 200-210ish that you will get on a wired connection, its just the speed of the wireless that will vary on them. Dont spend heaps if you only ever browse on phones because that wont really help much.




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  # 1371245 20-Aug-2015 22:51
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You should be getting the HG659 if you're on 200, you should complain again.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1371278 21-Aug-2015 05:54
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DarkShadow: You should be getting the HG659 if you're on 200, you should complain again.


this

if your on the 200/20 plan or anything gigatown (if applicable) then you should have revieved the HG659, not the HG630. Complain and point out this page on their site

http://www.spark.co.nz/shop/internet/plans-and-pricing/?gclid=CP33hqSduMcCFRJxvAodCw4LmQ&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CNGNnqSduMcCFZOavAoditMI5w
down the bottom under "tell me more about the free modem"

you have to make sure you are on the 200/20 plan before you complain through

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