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Topic # 107642 15-Aug-2012 15:11
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Hi,

Does anyone know what sort of traffic shaping is implemented on the Slingshot 250GB + Homeline bundle.

I do a lot of http downloading, and need to have a fast connection...

I am currently on the 150GB plan with a homeline also... would the 250GB plan be be any different?

Thanks

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Master Geek


  Reply # 672912 15-Aug-2012 16:01
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I just bypass the traffic shaping with a NZ based VPN provider. AFAIK Slingshot barely shapes national traffic

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  Reply # 673093 16-Aug-2012 01:01
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ping182nz: would the 250GB plan be be any different?

They should be the same.




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  Reply # 674470 20-Aug-2012 11:05
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Hi,

The same traffic prioritisation applies to all Slingshot plans.


1. VOIP

2. Gaming

3. Browsing

4. Streaming

5. Local traffic

6. File sharing, including Peer-to-Peer (P2P)




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  Reply # 674483 20-Aug-2012 11:53
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ping182nz: Hi,

Does anyone know what sort of traffic shaping is implemented on the Slingshot 250GB + Homeline bundle.

I do a lot of http downloading, and need to have a fast connection...

I am currently on the 150GB plan with a homeline also... would the 250GB plan be be any different?

Thanks

There is 0% difference between 150G plan and the 250G plan, the only difference is you pay slightly more for more data.
I have no issues with this plan, been downloading a bit via HTTP and SSH no problems at all almost like rates all the time 15/2.0 sync rate.




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