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#91664 18-Oct-2011 16:03
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Hi Team,

I would like to move 20-25Gb of data to the US this weekend (for business purposes), but my ADSL2 is not quite up to it!

Does anyone have a 10mbps+ upload speed and would let me drop a laptop off (that I have remote control over) on Saturday (can do Friday evening) so I can upload using their connection, and collect the laptop on Tuesday morning?

Happy to pay a reasonable sum for the convenience.  I can drive up to an associate in Whangarei to use his connection, but I'm a bit short on time.

Note:  The requirement is not yet confirmed.  I'll know for sure on Thursday morning.
 
Cheers
Mike




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  #534790 18-Oct-2011 16:08
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Would probably help if you mentioned what specifically (e.g. business purposes could be downloading movies illegally to sell or any number of things)?

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  #534794 18-Oct-2011 16:10
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*chuckle* fair enough.  We are moving some databases.




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  #534832 18-Oct-2011 16:42
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I can drive up to an associate in Whangarei to use his connection, but I'm a bit short on time.



I was going to offer our connection but it's in Whangarei too :)


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  #534833 18-Oct-2011 16:44
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Find anyone with an Actrix connection, theyre pretty popular with older people I think. Most of their plans have unlimited upload

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  #534836 18-Oct-2011 16:48
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Yea your welcome to use our connection. We have 100mbps fibre with 10mbps international. PM me.




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  #535148 19-Oct-2011 14:22
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PM sent.  Cheers, Zeon.

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  #536564 22-Oct-2011 21:19
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Zeon: Yea your welcome to use our connection. We have 100mbps fibre with 10mbps international. PM me.


Its disgusting: the things I would do to get an Internet connection like yours 




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