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#55023 23-Dec-2009 22:55
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G'day. After the New Year's holiday rush is over, i plan on transfering my service from another ISP to Orcon; but i'm curious as to the stance on unmetered streaming.

A lot of friends from Australia using Internode have access to unmetered national and international radio streams (http://www.internode.on.net/residential/entertainment/broadband_radio/). I imagine if this service is not implemented at this time, it would be a great bandwidth saving area for caching; similar to Slingshot's streaming cache servers.

Does Orcon have any plans for rolling out anything similar to this service?

Cheers.

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  #284938 23-Dec-2009 23:58
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Currently Orcon has un-metered traffic to GeorgeFM streaming radio.

There has been talk about adding more streaming radio into the Ozone, but nothing confirmed yet.



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  #284940 24-Dec-2009 00:00
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Sounddude: Currently Orcon has un-metered traffic to GeorgeFM streaming radio.

There has been talk about adding more streaming radio into the Ozone, but nothing confirmed yet.


Ah, primo. Atleast its on the table then.

 
 
 
 


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  #285535 28-Dec-2009 08:01
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IMO at The Rock to ozone.

Still, the ozone is rather small atm, what would really be big is adding www.gameplanet.co.nz

This includes all downloads from the site, all game demos, video files, the forum, etc, everything unmetered, that would be sweet.



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  #285664 28-Dec-2009 18:03
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NzKaizer: IMO at The Rock to ozone.

Still, the ozone is rather small atm, what would really be big is adding www.gameplanet.co.nz

This includes all downloads from the site, all game demos, video files, the forum, etc, everything unmetered, that would be sweet.


Amen to that.

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