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#58831 20-Mar-2010 17:38
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Hi all,

Just wondering how Orcon users have been finding this? What sort of usage have you been saving each month? 
I remember back when Orcon released this they were going to add more sites and we could email in our suggestions - I notice nothing else has really been added except over summer we could enjoy free youtube streaming. Perhaps someone at Orcon could tell us if they are going to expanding the free sites anytime soon? 

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  #309415 20-Mar-2010 18:42
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# tvnz.co.nz and tvnzondemand.co.nz
# georgefm.co.nz and the George FM radio stream
# biggie.co.nz
# thealist.co.nz

Is all thats included...I use to use ondemand the other sites seem to be a waste of time. I left Orcon 6 odd months ago now this was one of the many reasons.

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  #309488 21-Mar-2010 09:17
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I dont use any of them to be honest..... even the free Youtube over Xmas got little use from me.
The list needs to be expanded to include more........ the sites they have included are very niche and only appeal to a few really.




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  #311009 24-Mar-2010 21:47
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I'll use TVNZ for Fair Go and other NZ shows I can't download ..
Can't get FM to load and never attempted to load the others.

You Tube - 70GB saved over the 2 months that promo was running.

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