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# 209051 10-Mar-2017 11:25

Looking at switching to slingshot ADSL from farmside, interested in peoples recent experiences with slingshot. I know that some years ago people were having bad experiences and wonder if things had got better.

 

Anyone know of new connection promos for adsl or voucher codes. 

 

 


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  # 1734439 10-Mar-2017 15:53
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Hi there,

 

We have an offer running here:

 

https://www.slingshot.co.nz/switchnow

 

And Consumer's latest ratings here:

 

https://www.consumer.org.nz/articles/telco-providers

 

We'd be chuffed to have you on board - and happy to field any questions you have.

 

Cheers, Quentin





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  # 1734445 10-Mar-2017 15:59
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I know a few people with them still, no dramas, not like the old days.





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  # 1734452 10-Mar-2017 16:21
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DO they use CG-NAT and can you get a static IP if you need one?

 

I do like the idea of Rollover data.

 

I am not a fan of unlimited as we rarely go over 100GB, we have only gone over once in 10 years and that is when we got netflix, we might use more when UFB is available.

 

John





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  # 1734459 10-Mar-2017 16:49
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I don't believe they do CG-NAT. I'm certainly not CG-NAT

 

Although my IP address is not static, I have had the same IP address for at least 8 months now.

 

 


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  # 1742652 17-Mar-2017 11:46
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SATTV:

 

DO they use CG-NAT and can you get a static IP if you need one?

 

 

 



I can answer this, no CGNAT and I have static IP and its $10 per month. IP address by default are "sticky" but not static.





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Are you using store and forward email services? If so, what is the cost and have you encountered any limitations when sending?


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