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FYX ISP withdraws 'global mode' service from market

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FYX ISP withdraws 'global mode' service from market

Statement from to Chief FYX-er, Andrew Schick:

New ISP FYX has made a decision to withdraw its popular 'global mode' service from the market for the time being.

FYX sincerely apologises to our customers and the New Zealand internet community for putting a halt to 'global mode,' which will happen tonight at 11.59pm.

While legal opinions have supported FYX's global mode under New Zealand law, there are matters that require further consideration before continuing the service.

FYX customers are currently being contacted.

Future and existing customers wishing to continue with FYX will pay a new, reduced price of $30.30 per month, with $0.30 per GB for data.

FYX is committed to delivering great internet and will continue to work for the benefit of New Zealand consumers.

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