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johnr
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  #435437 4-Feb-2011 18:18
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ideot: That's alright, if I were holding my breath for a reasonable rural broadband service I would have died about 8 years ago ...and to be honest after 14 years of dial-up sometimes I wish I had.

I can use a Vodem alright, just don't like paying $30 for 512mb of data.

Oh well, maybe next decade.


Well then pay $50 for 2 Gig of national data

Broadband Plus 2GB for $50.00per month on prepay


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  #435457 4-Feb-2011 19:00
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quickymart: Salty: Any hints as to what areas will be first? :)


I have vague recollection of Hamilton and Tauranga being mentioned . . .

 
 
 
 


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  #435491 4-Feb-2011 19:49
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scottjpalmer:
I have vague recollection of Hamilton and Tauranga being mentioned . . .


I guess you mean the ComputerWorld article?

ComputerWorld NZ:

Tier two is currently in the design and town planning phase, and construction is expected to start early next year. 2degrees will increase its national footprint by building in Hamilton and Tauranga first. “We’ve already started planning in those cities, we’re already out there doing site acquisition and town planning,” says Goss. “That’s all underway and going pretty well and we’ll just move on from there down to the remaining cities throughout the country.”

As part of the tier two build, 2degrees will double its RNC capacity.


We like ComputerWorld. In last month's magazine article about VoIP apps on iPhone their testing consistently showed the highest data speeds on 2degrees. :-)




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  #436484 7-Feb-2011 19:25
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This is the article to which I refer. http://computerworld.co.nz/news.nsf/telecommunications/mobile-calling-with-voip-viber-and-an-ipad

Too bad they still haven't corrected their 2degrees pricing.




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  #437047 8-Feb-2011 22:16
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scottjpalmer:
quickymart: Salty: Any hints as to what areas will be first? :)


I have vague recollection of Hamilton and Tauranga being mentioned . . .


Please don't tell me they're building slowly south, starting in Auckland Surprised What about us in Dunedin?

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