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Topic # 102737 21-May-2012 18:48
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I was looking at their plans and clicked sign up to see if there was some sort of address checker and there was, i typed my christchurch address in and it said there was no adsl2 service at my house, witch is untrue since I'm on it right now, i was particularly interested in their fibre plans though.





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  Reply # 629598 23-May-2012 19:32

I think they're starting from a base in Hawke's Bay. The fibre service Rod Drury talked about was over Unison, a Hawke's Bay fibre infrastructure player. Maybe they're cutting their teeth in that region and will launch later on LFC fibre...

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