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Topic # 88723 22-Aug-2011 13:23 Send private message

Hi all,

Chorus drops fibre pricing from August 24:

http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/chorus-drops-fibre-pricing-reveals-more-crown-fibre-deal-details-ck-97165


Will it affect Xnet pricing? Does anybody know?

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  Reply # 509952 22-Aug-2011 14:16 Send private message

My understanding is that there will be announcements made about these existing greenfields areas and their incorporation into the FTTH project by the end of the year.


This announcement has absolutely nothing to do with retail UFB.

    


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  Reply # 509982 22-Aug-2011 15:14 Send private message

Ah this isn't retail fibre prices but their business grade HSNS fibre product. It used to be they were a bit more expensive than Telstra but with the pricing drop they may in fact be cheaper.





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