Inside the clandestine world of nerds and geeks, peeps be bugging. It’s like some secret formula has been released, and suddenly my mum is capable of making nerd Coca Cola. Orcon’s new Genius product takes stuff that geeks have been aware of for some time (naked broadband and VoIP providers), and packages it all up […]
Free stuff is wonderful. Orcon’s O Zone gives you free stuff. Free Trademe, free NZOnScreen, and free iSky data among other things. Complaining about O Zone is a bit mean-spirited surely?
Orcon just tweeted about their new residential plans, saying “They are the best value we’ve ever had.” I’m not so sure about that. Let me break it down to the break o’ dawn for yall.
For the last month I have been having trouble with my connection to Orcon. The connection has been disconnecting at random times, and moreso when under load, like downloading a large Linux ISO over bittorrent.
Is net neutrality already dead in New Zealand, and if so, is that a good thing? With sweetheart deals popping up from all ISPs, what does the “new” net neutrality look like?