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Topic # 23467 30-Jun-2008 12:27
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Hi,

Considering changing from Voda to Orcon....as Orcon unbundle my exchange tomorrow.

I see there having trouble to international site, so would anyone recommend Orcon over Voda?

I had nightmares with Voda streaming live soccer from the UK the past couple of months (server is UK based).

the games are usually on at 3 or 4am, so far from peak time for us........any opinions?

Thanks

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  Reply # 141488 30-Jun-2008 13:31
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Based on personal experience over the last two months, NO!

However, if you don't want to download anything, watch youtube, use p2p, play online games and the weather outisde is sunny, then Orcon is the place to be. After all, it says it quite clearly on their website 'WORLD CLASS BROADBAND IS HERE'.



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  Reply # 141495 30-Jun-2008 13:54
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photoman: Based on personal experience over the last two months, NO!

However, if you don't want to download anything, watch youtube, use p2p, play online games and the weather outisde is sunny, then Orcon is the place to be. After all, it says it quite clearly on their website 'WORLD CLASS BROADBAND IS HERE'.


So I can see you had nightmares over the past 2 months!!

Maybe i'll bide my time with Voda for now....






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