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Topic # 83946 24-May-2011 09:34 Send private message

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/5045918/Telecom-wins-bulk-of-Ultrafast-Broadband-contract

Great. The dark fibre outside my house in Pukekohe will remain just that until Telecom come along and dig up the street and put some of their own fibre beside it.... Cry




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  Reply # 473343 24-May-2011 10:28 Send private message

This is great news and the best company for this project

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  Reply # 473347 24-May-2011 10:31 Send private message

Not the best news here in Whakatane (Chorus' rollout footprint is considerably smaller than Horizon's) but it's good to have some progress at last. The "fact sheet" PDF on CFH's site has maps showing the rollout footprints and approximate timeframes.

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