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  # 611334 18-Apr-2012 18:10
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awesome work Snap. you left us hanging on the edge and it was worth hanging on to!

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Master Geek


  # 611336 18-Apr-2012 18:16
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Thanks Snap!

$87/month for 155GB naked, with unmetered Youtube/Google. Awesome!

 
 
 
 




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Uber Geek


  # 611342 18-Apr-2012 18:27
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Looks like I need to make the change to Naked Broadband in order to take advantage of the new plans, since I am not currently on one of the @home plans but an older.

$80 for 70GB w/Unimited YouTube OR $90 for 155GB w/unlimited YouTube.

Hrm, what to decide ..

The ONLY negative I could pass onto snap for the new plans is reducing the base cost the @home plans, but I can't have everything

Cudos to snap for the new plans!

They will be getting a phone call soon from me to change over.



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  # 611343 18-Apr-2012 18:29
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I have VDSL2 now with another ISP, and like the look of these data add-ons a lot. The call centre indicated I couldn't have a VDSL2 connection with Snap, unless we go for a naked install. We have a monitored alarm, and despite trying some IP solutions, I really haven't found anything as reliable.

I note on the website that it says most of the Snap connections are naked. So is there any way at all to be with Snap for VDSL2, and have a phone line?




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  # 611394 18-Apr-2012 19:23
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Epic plan changes, caught me by surprise.

That team deserves a DB




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Master Geek


  # 611429 18-Apr-2012 19:59
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Please tell me the @work plans are going to be changed as well?

It's the same service, we've put up with the same Youtube issues and the same midday outages yet if we want 550GB we're looking at $1000+GST vs $70 on the home plan...


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Master Geek


  # 611430 18-Apr-2012 20:02
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lokeynz: Please tell me the @work plans are going to be changed as well?

It's the same service, we've put up with the same Youtube issues and the same midday outages yet if we want 550GB we're looking at $1000+GST vs $70 on the home plan...




Midday outages ??



First I've heard of any :/

 
 
 
 


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  # 611440 18-Apr-2012 20:16
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I see the main website has been updated with the new pricing now. One thing which hasn't been updated however is the 'top up' data packs, they still seem to be showing the old pricing... Any news there Snap?

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Master Geek


  # 611444 18-Apr-2012 20:24
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McGee:
Midday outages ??

First I've heard of any :/


Nothing serious, a few half hour outages in the last 6 months... just saying the @work service seems no more premium or high priority than @home.

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Geek


  # 611474 18-Apr-2012 21:12
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SamF: I see the main website has been updated with the new pricing now. One thing which hasn't been updated however is the 'top up' data packs, they still seem to be showing the old pricing... Any news there Snap?


I'm also interested in finding out whether there will be a change in the top up packs. As I'm coming close to the end of my data limit for this billing cycle I tried to sneakily 'downgrade' to a cheaper data add-on which now has more data than my current one but it wouldn't allow it as I "don't have enough unused data".

I think they're onto me ;)

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Wannabe Geek


  # 611528 18-Apr-2012 21:53
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kyhwana2: Any cheaper datapacks for students at chch uni? (They have an ethernet jack, no DSL)


You can now signup to a Naked Broadband Plan, and use this at the Uni instead of the prepay system! This means you can get the new data packs & unlimited Google & YouTube addon. Give Snap a call!

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Uber Geek


  # 611660 19-Apr-2012 09:22
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10gbe:
kyhwana2: Any cheaper datapacks for students at chch uni? (They have an ethernet jack, no DSL)


You can now signup to a Naked Broadband Plan, and use this at the Uni instead of the prepay system! This means you can get the new data packs & unlimited Google & YouTube addon. Give Snap a call!


Er, there's no phone line into the rooms, just an ethernet jack, so you can't get DSL?

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Master Geek


  # 611712 19-Apr-2012 10:36
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kyhwana2:
10gbe:
kyhwana2: Any cheaper datapacks for students at chch uni? (They have an ethernet jack, no DSL)


You can now signup to a Naked Broadband Plan, and use this at the Uni instead of the prepay system! This means you can get the new data packs & unlimited Google & YouTube addon. Give Snap a call!


Er, there's no phone line into the rooms, just an ethernet jack, so you can't get DSL?


They're PPPoE based from from my mates at Lincoln Uni tell me. 

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Geek


  # 611763 19-Apr-2012 11:20
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@kyhwana2

The Prepay connections are PPPoE, however you are able to authenticate over a PPPoE connection using a standard Snap account. Eg, you sign up to Naked DSL but of course a DSL line is not actually Provisioned, once setup you will then be able to login using the credentials of this new account and enjoy the extra data / AYCE / Unlimited nights benefits and pay a monthly plan charge.

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  # 611799 19-Apr-2012 12:01
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Just got off the phone to snap. They quadrupled their allowance. I am so moving to them!

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