Average from 15 reviews
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Average from 15 reviews
Joel Lund23rd February 2017
Internet runs ok usually but still jams up at peak times , Why do we still have such hopelessly slow internet ,
I lose horrific amount of time with slow internet. NOT GOOD ENOUGH . this is the 21st century so why do we still have third world internet even in affluent towns such as Wanaka
Nicola Shaw15th February 2017
I joined with unlimited internet just before christmas as they have a no contract deal. Although stated on their website at join up I was unware that the property I had moved into required a $150 switch on fee. As this no longer made them the 'cheapest in town' I rang to discuss then quit the contract. I was told that a refund would be decided by the accounts team in 2 weeks when they returned and it would take 1 month to refund after that. I later queried and voiced conc ...read more
$150 call out fee to switch on.
Higher $50 administration fee.
No communication re; service blackout period with staff who did not have the tools to help; no information as to the delay of connection; no response to my ...read more
Richard6th January 2017
Switched to Unlimited from 2degrees to get more plan choice, in particular 100/100.
Good price, unlimited data cap and no term contract.
Bit slow on responding to support queries, hate their port filtering policy, and downstream speeds less than with 2degrees and pretty variable, ranging from 45Mbps to 85Mbps. 2degrees was consistently around 95Mbps.
Kate15th November 2016
Terrible speed (nearly unusable) and no real help from the support, just: "Well it should be faster, let us charge you $200$ for telling you that's most probably your fault". My internet suppose to to be around 15 Mbps - it's usually around 2,5 Mbps (that varies depending on time of the day!) Uploads ~0,5 Mbps!
I would like to say it's cheap, but price is comparable to anything else on the market so I can't.
Paul12th November 2016
Great ISP. I switched to them because it is no-contract no-datacap and super cheap.
The service runs great - not a single outage in a year. It does exactly what it says on the tin.
Sometimes takes a few minutes for a calls to them to be answered.