admin wrote:Yes, what we need (perhaps even more than UFB) is a ubiquitous wireless broadband service so that *everyone* can at least get better than dial-up speeds at an affordable price.
I'm *occasionally* using cellular-based broadband at the workshop but it's silly-expensive!
Yes, the speed and handling are very impressive -- but if you try to use all that power and performance for more than a few minutes, you'll find yourself either parked on the side of the road motionless -- or paying a fortune to have the tiny tank topped up at very regular intervals.
hellonearthis wrote:You signed up for Snap UFB, they are providing service even in Tokoroa these days and have free data between 1am and 7am.
And for $5 you get unlimited Youtube too.
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