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Snap launches VDSL2 plans

Tuesday 9 July 2013 | 02:15 CET | News
New Zealand ISP Snap has introduced new VDSL2 plans. The service offers download speeds of up to 70 Mbps and upload speeds of 5 to 10 Mbps. Plans start at NZD 85 per month for 100 GB, followed by NZD 95 per month for a plan with a standard phone service or with Snap Plus phone services. All VDSL2 options include standard connection and wiring charges as part of the monthly fee and new residential customers who sign up for two years get another 100 GB per month of data on top. Rival Telecom New Zealand also introduced its VDSL service.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Snap
Countries: New Zealand
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