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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 338374 4-Jun-2010 20:45
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Id be keen. Currently on purple+ in auckland cbd. 23/1mbps sync.

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  Reply # 338379 4-Jun-2010 21:06
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I'm not with Orcon at the moment, I'm on a naked connection with Snap.
But I am not at 20+ connection. I'm attached to the auckland city exchange and there are no cabinets in the area.
But really glad to some more news about it.



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  Reply # 338390 4-Jun-2010 21:44
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z2k: Id be keen. Currently on purple+ in auckland cbd. 23/1mbps sync.

Can you PM me your username.

I will check your line stats out.

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  Reply # 339468 8-Jun-2010 17:59
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Willing to join the testers for the new vdsl service up speed is 1.2mbps down is 18.2mbps living in glen eden on plantinum+

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  Reply # 339472 8-Jun-2010 18:03
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If you ever want to test it on a Cabinet, I live 2 doors from one in Hamilton tho only getting 18.5mb (30 year old wires)
Would have to convince my flatmate to give up xtra first hehe

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  Reply # 340352 10-Jun-2010 18:36
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Hi Duncan and soundsdude I would be interested in taking part in a trial if my stats are ok, I myself would pay extra for vdsl2 as I am interested in getting into internet radio broadcasting with webcams and such. Im in glen eden.


Downstream rate:
20412 kbps

Upstream rate:
1019 kbps



Cable connected

Line mode:

Maximum line rate:
20400 kbps (downstream) / 1360 kbps (upstream)

Noise margin:
5.6 dB (downstream) / 17.8 dB (upstream)

Line attenuation:
20.6 dB (downstream) / 8.5 dB (upstream)

Output power:
20 dBm (downstream) / 11.5 dBm (upstream)

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  Reply # 340750 11-Jun-2010 18:36
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I wouldn't mind participating. currently on purple+ in CBD with 65GB cap

Downstream rate:
19380 kbps

Upstream rate:
1020 kbps

those are my stats anyway. Get abck to me.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 340996 12-Jun-2010 18:19
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court: pretty keen here.  have an orcon+ account in the central city.

update with speeds:

Modem Status

DownStream Connection Speed
21909 kbps

UpStream Connection Speed
1020 kbps

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 341089 12-Jun-2010 23:27

Can I join? :)

Line Rate (up/down)
20855 Kbps 956 Kbps

Attainable Line Rate (estimated by dynalink 1025W)
23740 Kbps 1056 Kbps

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