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Topic # 30131 29-Jan-2009 18:49
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I was just having a nosy at their plans (for telecom wholesale customers), and noticed on their section where you compare plans they are speed limited to 128k upload, is this still correct? I would of thought they would of followed vodafone and have all plans max/max speed.

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  Reply # 192773 29-Jan-2009 19:37
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Orcon@Home+ plans = all Max/Max

Orcon@Home plans = all Max/128k. Max/Max $10/mth additional.




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  Reply # 192864 30-Jan-2009 09:00
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max/max is an upgradable option on the Orcon plans

Orcon+ get max/max by default





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  Reply # 193056 31-Jan-2009 10:19
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Would have been nice if they implemented AnnexM on the ADSL2 network, 3 M upload speeds would be awesome for Business customers.

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  Reply # 193070 31-Jan-2009 12:47
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PhoneMonkey: Would have been nice if they implemented AnnexM on the ADSL2 network, 3 M upload speeds would be awesome for Business customers.
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