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Topic # 108762 5-Sep-2012 11:07
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So when did 2talk start offering broadband?







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  Reply # 681669 5-Sep-2012 11:17
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Hey,

No idea, 2talk are a completely separate company to us.

Where did you find this? Couldn't see it on their site.

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  Reply # 681726 5-Sep-2012 12:21
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Slingshot: Hey,

No idea, 2talk are a completely separate company to us. 
 


This is also the CallPlus forum, and I believe 2talk are still loosely related to them

Slingshot: Hey, 
 
Where did you find this? Couldn't see it on their site.

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  Reply # 681733 5-Sep-2012 12:25
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This is also the CallPlus forum, and I believe 2talk are still loosely related to them
 


Just through wholesale services as far as I know.




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  Reply # 681799 5-Sep-2012 13:56
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Slingshot:
 


This is also the CallPlus forum, and I believe 2talk are still loosely related to them
 

Just through wholesale services as far as I know.


Don't forget mostly the same owners and directors for both.

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  Reply # 681844 5-Sep-2012 14:50
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coffeebaron: So when did 2talk start offering broadband?





I can't find this page in the 2talk portal - but I can find a page to buy the above services . . . . so I guess they are probably working on the site at the moment. There haven't been any announcements at all by 2talk yet so I guess it is very very new.

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  Reply # 681882 5-Sep-2012 15:54
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Considering the terrible service they offer for their VOIP stuff, I shudder to think how bad their ADSL service would be. Couldn't pay me to take it.

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  Reply # 681912 5-Sep-2012 16:38
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networkn: Considering the terrible service they offer for their VOIP stuff, I shudder to think how bad their ADSL service would be. Couldn't pay me to take it.


why is it that every time a 2talk thread starts the same people pop up to remind everyone of their opinion of 2talk.

It's worth remembering that the vast majority of 2talk users have no problems with them.  Smile

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  Reply # 681945 5-Sep-2012 18:05
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Its been a year since I went naked and slept with 2talk. So far so good.

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  Reply # 686652 16-Sep-2012 13:17
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2talks, service has been rock solid for 6 months now, since the new 2talk+ service.
networkn just has an issue with 2talk, 2degrees, anything with 2 in it.

Do they use Callplus for their broadband offerings?
I would interested to know.




Now on 2talk Network and it's better.



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  Reply # 686688 16-Sep-2012 15:01
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techmeister: 2talks, service has been rock solid for 6 months now, since the new 2talk+ service.
networkn just has an issue with 2talk, 2degrees, anything with 2 in it.

Do they use Callplus for their broadband offerings?
I would interested to know.


Interestingly, they appear to be using Chorus.
Their availability tool just brings up a chorus map. 
My parents house (which is outside the callplus service area) is listed as being able to get 2talk Access

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  Reply # 686734 16-Sep-2012 17:40
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farcus:
networkn: Considering the terrible service they offer for their VOIP stuff, I shudder to think how bad their ADSL service would be. Couldn't pay me to take it.


why is it that every time a 2talk thread starts the same people pop up to remind everyone of their opinion of 2talk.

It's worth remembering that the vast majority of 2talk users have no problems with them.  Smile


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techmeister:
Do they use Callplus for their broadband offerings?
I would interested to know.


First I have heard of this so no :)






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  Reply # 686922 17-Sep-2012 07:50
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Found it after logging into the portal there is a option called "Access" on the left hand side and under there you can click on the "here" button under "Access Connections" to get the page with the internet prices.

You have to be on certain plans to be able to get the internet offering, the plan I am not does not qualify

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  Reply # 686928 17-Sep-2012 08:21
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coffeebaron: So when did 2talk start offering broadband? 


Interesting how many of the plans have a "2talk secure IP", I assume that means you're behind NAT?

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  Reply # 686950 17-Sep-2012 09:11
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deadlyllama:
coffeebaron: So when did 2talk start offering broadband? 


Interesting how many of the plans have a "2talk secure IP", I assume that means you're behind NAT?


Why would it mean that? It probably means you are assigned a static address and your account is locked down to that.





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