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Bigtime for BigPipe?

TrueNet Monthly Broadband Comparison Report

22 August, 2014

BigPipe now included in Monthly ISP Comparison

July incl LFC comparison

Flip continues to outperform other ISPs with the best live webpage download times for New Zealand and Australia combined, with Slingshot a close second.

A new ISP, BigPipe, joins the report this month with some excellent results. They top all other ADSL providers for NZ webpage download times, as well as having the best performance for file download speeds during peak hours.

See the full report here

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