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    One of my friedns rang up austar today to inquire about broadband and was told that austar is stopping its broadband service - letters are apparently going out tommorrow

    This is a disaster - I'm about to lose my broadband connection:cry: :cry:

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    • #3
      Now that just stinks. :mad:
      So what're goin' to do? :?:


      • #4
        I'll have to go satellite - no other options


        • #5
          So is there a selection of then or is it a narrow market? :?:
          Sorry I don't know as I live where there are amenities. :D


          • #6


            thats what i've found so far

            naybody else got any suggestions

            can't get adsl, cable :cry:


            • #7
              Can't remember now but what does Tweak? :?:


              • #8
                tweaks on sat but a few of the regulars use chello

                hmmmm - 2 way sat

                noow this is sounding better


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Kheldar
                  I'll have to go satellite - no other options
                  neighborhood cable offer a service in bendigo



                  • #10
                    am investigating to see if I'm in the coverage zone :D

                    yummy cable


                    • #11
                      mmmmmmmm CABLE

                      i think we can get sat up her but i'm not sure
                      TT Original


                      • #12
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                        • #13
                          You may now thank Slamo


                          • #14
                            Not as good as Optus but much, much better than dailup. :thumb:


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Slamo
                              You may now thank Slamo
                              might be a bit premature yet - looks like I'm outta range (by about 500 meters) :cry: :cry: