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ISP Start up launched this week

ISP Start up has been launched this week.

“The Party” is offering ADSL (Standard broadband) and VDSL (Very fast broadband)
VDSL is a innovative product available to aprox 50% of people that can get broadband, achieving speeds of up to 50MBps download and 10MBps upload VDSL is up to 4 times faster than broadband downloads and up to 10 times the upload speed. This is a huge benefit especially to businesses who rely on a fast connection and those that upload and download large files, such as screen printers, sign writers, as well as anyone streaming video files, online chat and more.

Currently many of New Zealands largest ISP are not offering VDSL to their clients.

”The Party” has a range of VDSL plans, especially catering for the business market.
With several upstream providers “The Party” can offer a premium service to their clients.
Along with website hosting and domain name registration, this allows businesses to have a one stop shop.

VDSL is a new an innovative product to the New Zealand market and is the next best thing to Fibre which can acheive upto 100MBps but is years from being available in mainstream New Zealand in most areas.

”The Party” also indicate they will have Fibre connections available as the roll out of UFB (ultra fast broadband) is completed.

New Zealand has some catching up to do when it comes to the standard and speed of our internet compared other developed countries.
Malta for example is a small island country in the Mediterranean of only half a million people yet they have full 100MBps fibre through out.

In 2012 business rely on a high speed, quality broadband connection to their premises.
”The Party” plan on being a part of improving the standard of broadband in New Zealand, and offering VDSL is the first step in doing that.

More information and pricing can be found at JOIN THE PARTY!

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