Orcon CEO Scott Bartlett, Chorus External Communications Manager Robin Kelly and Head of Industry Relations Craig Young, and TechDay’s Sean Mitchell will answer your questions and provide practical information on how you can make the most of UFB.
If you live in Auckland this is clearly a fantastic opportunity to learn about the UFB project and understand how fibre will be installed to your home or business. A free breakfast is also a great selling point!
For more details check out the Orcon website
Other related posts:
Fairfax takes journalism ethics and integrity to a whole new low with Stuff fibre
Why are airport taxes and service charges so high on Trans Tasman flights between New Zealand and Australia?
Flight reviews – Air New Zealand NZ87 Auckland (AKL) to Hong Kong (HKG) in Premium Economy and Air New Zealand NZ 80 Hong Kong (HKG) to Auckland (AKL) in Business Premier on the 777-200ER
Comment by Jaxson, on 8-Jun-2012 19:39
Comment by SteveC, on 9-Jun-2012 10:11
Not surprising it is Aucks only ... - Wellington already has 100mbs Internet. They are trying to introduce 21st century to the technology backwoods. Seriously - Orcon appear keen to position themselves as the 'goto guys' for UFB.
Comment by thephoneman, on 10-Jun-2012 16:18
good news the more info about ftth the better like to know what the uptake rate is or expected
Comment by Greg, on 12-Jun-2012 11:56
Good to see Orcon taking the lead from a Retail Service Provider perspective. 20,000 homes have been passed with fibre already, but uptake is apparently only around 2% at the moment. There's no doubt that Joe Public is going to want to know what benefits he is going to get out of fibre that he's not already getting out of ADSL broadband. I say good on Orcon for taking the first steps at trying to educate consumers of the benefits of fibre.
Comment by Asrafrate, on 18-Jul-2012 08:29
Annoyed that I missed out on this. Hoping they do repeats.
Add a comment
Please note: comments that are inappropriate or promotional in nature will be deleted.
E-mail addresses are not displayed, but you must enter a valid e-mail address to confirm your comments.
Are you a registered Geekzone user? Login to have the fields below automatically filled in for you and to enable links in comments. If you have (or qualify to have) a Geekzone Blog then your comment will be automatically confirmed and shown in this blog post.