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Is it against Spark's TOS to share a friends internet to my home via a Wireless link?

Forum: New Zealand Broadband - www.geekzone.co.nz
Hi all, i'm new here, just wanted to ask a few questions Our current ISP is Lightwire (formerly NetSmart), and to say the least, our speeds are terrible. Not much we can do about it it seems. Can even load a YouTube video in 1080p without constant buffering. speedtest.net tells me i hit a max of around 1.5 Mbps off peak around midday, and get about .5 on peak between 6.30pm - 9pm I was wondering if i used two of these (www.ubnt.com/airmax/powerbeam-ac-gen2/) to link share my mates unlimited internet connection (he lives along Cambridge road, Tauranga, about 20 meters away from the switch) and create a wireless link to my house (we live up on Belk Road South, approx 12km LOS), would i be breaking sparks terms of service? And if i cant share his unlimited connection, is it possible to get a second vdsl line installed at one household, and then beam that? Or can you only have one connection per house? Cheers, Cameron B   
Date: May 18, 2017   


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