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    Smile After new ISP

    Hi guys.
    We been with NZ Post Office/Telecom & now Spark for over 40 years.
    Have been thinking, a change be good????
    I see Vodaphone offers Freeview over Fiber & quite like that idea, but dont like Vodaphone because of pass experances.
    Does anyone else offer Freeview over Fiber?
    Thanks,
    Ian

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    Default Re: After new ISP

    Just go to the TVNZ TV3 site / whatever and watch it

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    Vodafone is shocking. This from both personal experience and latest reviews and ratings.

    Have a look at some, better way to tell...geekzone has reviews too.

    My brother is happy with Voyager and they are far cheaper too.
    Ex-pctek

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    Default Re: After new ISP

    Quote Originally Posted by ianhnz View Post
    I see Vodaphone offers Freeview over Fiber & quite like that idea, ..
    They all have Freeview over fibre - that is not a function of your ISP but of what device you are using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decibel View Post
    They all have Freeview over fibre - that is not a function of your ISP but of what device you are using.
    Can you explain that, please?
    Our problem is with have to use satellites & decoder doesnt pickup all channels.
    Also our UHF aerial needs adjusting, but with my help there is noway I can do it.
    I know we can watch online & do, but having a full freeview be good.
    We bought a "smart" TV but no idea how to use it & no instructions, much...

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    can you Google for Smart TV instructions/manual? PJ
    Deafness.
    When I was younger I heard but didn't listen.
    Now I am older, I listen but cannot hear.

    If it is not broke, don't make it broker by trying to make it better. (This applies specifically to PJ)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa John View Post
    can you Google for Smart TV instructions/manual? PJ
    It annoying, like cellphones, neither come with instruction for functions.

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    Default Re: After new ISP

    Sorry ment to say with my health I cant get onto the roof...

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    Default Re: After new ISP

    We bought a "smart" TV but no idea how to use it & no instructions, much...
    What is the make and model of TV, theres usually help available but need details

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    What is the make and model of TV, theres usually help available but need details
    Sorry for delay its a Panasonic TH43FX600Z or TH49FX600Z, thats what operating instructions say.

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