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8-29-2008 @ 7:09PM
O.o. Worried about a 250gb cap?My cap is 10gb, and that is quite costly...New Zealand for the loss!
8-29-2008 @ 7:27PM
Yeah, I'm an Aussie and have a 30gig cap, which is about as high as you can get here. :/
8-29-2008 @ 7:53PM
I feel for all the Aussies and New Zealanders when it comes to bullsh*t Internet pricing plans. We get totally screwed thanks to the lack of competition and pathetic telecommunications policies of our governments. Most of us down here could only dream about 250GB caps in our wildest dreams.
8-29-2008 @ 10:55PM
Yeah, I pay about 100 a month for 25 gig peak and 40 gig off peak. And this is for Australian "broadband" - 8 mBit. A friend of mine in Singapore gets - free - 100 mBit connection with no limits. Because their government recognises the necessity for decent internet to do business.
8-30-2008 @ 1:55AM
*lol* Aerei 30GB is nowhere near the most you can get for a cap in Australia. Even Bigpond have plans with bigger caps than that and only crazy people go with Bigpond.If you really think 30GB is the biggest cap available I would strongly urge you to shop around. You might be surprised at how much you can get these days and I'd be surprised if you couldn't be saving some money for the same data allowance. Try Internode, if you haven't already.
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