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- Tue Apr 20, 2010 1:31 pm
- Forum: Archived threads
- Topic: ADSL2 Plan Changes
- Replies: 255
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while my needs haven't really changed, my the adsl2 price on my invoice just keeps going up and up... i'd prefer the download allowances stay the same and the price not go up than be given further download allowances i don't really need and gradually pay more for it. got to be some form of bracket c...
- Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:30 am
- Forum: Products & services
- Topic: Increase in Prices Of Some NF Plans
- Replies: 71
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just on these nf plans - why is there no mid-range plan between nf21 and nf22? straight from a 5gb peak to a 30 gb peak is rather a large step, and doesn't give those of us on these plans much in the way of movement options...
have a closer look at what they're really offering. most of it is free because it's government propaganda from countries with free speech issues (the russian and cuban channels in particular...)
my problem with the billion routers is they aren't 5ghz, but rather are 2.4 GHz–2.484 GHz which i would like to avoid. i own an older billion now and it's great, but would like to avoid that ghz range. the draytek appears similarly spec'd at 2.4GHZ am i deluding myself with 5ghz wireless N? i'd much...
just to follow up - i did eventually decide to go with the naked NF/22NoTel plan change. i rather change it when i had the time to look into options rather than be compelled to do it suddenly later on. after adding the relatively high voip to mobile call costs and the old account keeping fee in the ...
i understand exetel's decision to limit the off peak period, and i still believe it to be generous. it's the 'nothing but extra gigabytes' that seem a little 'mee toooo'ish and maybe read more like a tpg deal? also, the lack of a mid-range plan (straight from 4gb to 24gb) is an issue. i'm currently ...