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  # 557362 13-Dec-2011 11:31
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I'd be seriously keen for a higher cap.

But even something like they do on some Aussie ISP's with the same bandwidth on peak and an amount off peak. This would probably fill the void for a lot of people with the caps being too low.

Just my 2c. 

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  # 558428 15-Dec-2011 19:32
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RalphFromSnap: Looks like everyone did really well this weekend. Please feel free to post any feedback to the forum or send us an email or drop us a line! All the info available at http://www.snap.net.nz/snap/contactus

I had no idea this promotion was on, any chance in the future of announcing things like this via email as well?
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  # 558497 15-Dec-2011 22:44
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At this point, it's just Twitter, Facebook and Geekzone - there may be emails in the future though!


 




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  # 558500 15-Dec-2011 22:52
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pritty easy to subscribe to this forum, then you will get emails to anything posted within.

look for "watch forum" :) there you go email notice sorted

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