Fibre and Broadband Internet Auckland | ITJedi Limited
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Internet Service Options

Fibre Internet

ITJedi’s Internet Connections benefit from extremely low contention ratios, high levels of support and a focus on quality that small to medium sized business will see immediate benefits from.

Currently deployed by Chorus, UFB (ultra-fast broadband) is the most cost effective fibre solution available in New Zealand. It can be configured ideally to provide everything that HSNS (high speed network service) was used for but with a lower backhaul cost.

 

UFB 100/50

 

UFB 100/100

 

UFB 200/200

 

Other Features

  • Static IP Address
  • Free Commercial modem on 24 month contract
  • No penalty or speed restriction when exceeding monthly quota.  After 2 consecutive months of quota exceeded, additional data will be allocated to plan.  $25+GST/100GB
  • Bandwidth pooling available for multiple connections, please contact us for more information.
Broadband Internet

ITJedi’s Internet Connections benefit from extremely low contention ratios, high levels of support and a focus on quality that small to medium sized business will see immediate benefits from.

 

Broadband – Copper

Broadband over Copper wire is the most cost efficient connection on offer to ITJedi customers.
Unlike other providers, we provide less contention on our ports. A standard provider that is not business focused may have a 200:1 contention or more which dramatically effects peak hour speeds and buffering times.
We combat these problems by arranging a custom data policy for all of our clients or offering a policy based on throughput with a 10 times better than typical contention ratio of only 1:20 and giving our premium our users a more reliable experience.
This removes almost all of the inherit risk of congestion and slow speeds often plaguing the broadband users.

*Note that VDSL is recommended where possible as there is only a minor increase in cost and a major increase in speeds. VDSL is also a great temporary connection while waiting for UFB installations.

 

ADSL2+ Stats

 

VDSL Stats