NZ Tech Ed: TelstraClear Tech Bytes
Thu, 06 Sep 2012 8:01a.m.
From new smartphone apps to party robots, it's been a busy week on the tech front, with several New Zealand events showcasing some cool gadgets and inventions at Tech Ed.
Tech Bytes is presented by Emma Brannam and brought to you by TelstraClear - watch the video for the full report.
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6/09/2012 11:13:51 a.m.
I pay Telstra Clear to provide me a connection to the internet. They promise the connection is "as fast as [my] line can handle". They then sell the same bandwidth to other people under the assumption that when I'm not using it, they can. This isn't a problem if they do it a little bit; however, now it's blown so far out of proportion that I am UNABLE to access the internet AT ALL during peak times. If you are considering switching to/signing up with Telstra, I urge you to reconsider. They are drooling profit-hungry corporate cheats who deserve to go under.
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