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Topic # 93047 11-Nov-2011 22:49 Send private message

According to the telecom wholesale BB map I can get VDSL where I live (and where I'm moving to).  According to VF's own press release they were going to be "delivering the future" as far back as 2008.  Are we in the future yet or is VDSL going to be like tomorrow (it never comes)?

I haven't found anything on VF's website but then I find it hard to find stuff I'm looking for on there sometime, so apologies if I didn't spot something.


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  Reply # 544438 11-Nov-2011 22:57 Send private message

Vodafone are not offering VDSL yet

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  Reply # 544475 12-Nov-2011 07:52 Send private message

VDSL is currently available with:
  • Unleash
  • SNap
  • Kiwilink
  • Vibe
  • Worldnet
  • Xtreme
Most people on this forum are using Unleash for VDSL2 and there are a couple on Snap I think. I have a few VDSL2 connections with Unleash and they work great.





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  Reply # 544491 12-Nov-2011 09:01 Send private message

Vodafone's ULL VDSL2 testing encountered a number of technical issues and was never launched.

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