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Topic # 95542 7-Jan-2012 11:56 Send private message

I am trying to figure out some broadband availability options for a property and it appears the Telecom Wholesale map at http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps is not working. Has it been moved and/or are there other options?

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  Reply # 565722 7-Jan-2012 12:14 Send private message

Hi, Telecom wholesale as a company no longer exists, Telecom has been fully seperated a month or two back. The link you want is now on the Chorus site, Chorus now owns the physical network and some assets that used to rest with Telecom Wholesale.

http://www.chorus.co.nz/service-availability-tool

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  Reply # 565749 7-Jan-2012 13:20 Send private message

That's because there is no more "Telecom Wholesale". There's Chorus, a listed company independent from Telecom New Zealand.




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  Reply # 565757 7-Jan-2012 13:35 Send private message

cyril7: Hi, Telecom wholesale as a company no longer exists, Telecom has been fully seperated a month or two back. The link you want is now on the Chorus site, Chorus now owns the physical network and some assets that used to rest with Telecom Wholesale.

http://www.chorus.co.nz/service-availability-tool

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Either that or http://www.chorus.co.nz/sat which is a bit more memorable.



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  Reply # 565854 7-Jan-2012 19:00 Send private message

Ah, cheers for the links. I tried looking on the Chorus site but due to horrible design/navigation choices it is almost impossible to logically locate. The only way I can find it is Clicking 'Our Network > Fibre to the Node > the small one word link seven paragraphs down mentioning service availability'.


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  Reply # 566801 10-Jan-2012 10:55 Send private message

1080p: Ah, cheers for the links. I tried looking on the Chorus site but due to horrible design/navigation choices it is almost impossible to logically locate. The only way I can find it is Clicking 'Our Network > Fibre to the Node > the small one word link seven paragraphs down mentioning service availability'.



Search > Service Availability  .. works for me :)

However /sat is easy to remember, thanks @Cody.

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