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# 115535 28-Mar-2013 19:33
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I am just curious about how long you have to wait. My area is not scheduled on the chorus website so I guess I will be waiting awhile.

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  # 788917 28-Mar-2013 19:39
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Sometime before 2019. If I moved 5 houses up the street I could have it now.

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  # 788919 28-Mar-2013 19:40
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It's there already for my house and my area. I am waiting for Snap to really speed it up and setup that handover connection in Hamilton so I can sign up.




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  # 788933 28-Mar-2013 20:01
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Some time before 2019. No date given at the moment. In a central Auckland suburb. :/

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  # 788937 28-Mar-2013 20:11
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possibly in next 30 days Its already in the ground, just waiting on them to activate it,




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  # 788943 28-Mar-2013 20:23
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Folks with fibre.....
How long did it take for the fibre to go in the pipe once it was in the ground?

They've just started in my street and I'm keen to know how long before 8 might actually have dark fibre at the door.

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  # 788945 28-Mar-2013 20:29
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01/03/2014

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  # 788962 28-Mar-2013 20:54
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Sometime before June 2014, no exact date yet.

We have had UFB at work for the last 4 months though.

 
 
 
 


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  # 788969 28-Mar-2013 21:10
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  # 788997 28-Mar-2013 21:45
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Feb 2013.




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  # 789200 29-Mar-2013 11:56
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By July 2014, I'm just off Queen St, Central AKL.

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  # 789216 29-Mar-2013 12:49
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oxnsox: Folks with fibre.....
How long did it take for the fibre to go in the pipe once it was in the ground?

They've just started in my street and I'm keen to know how long before 8 might actually have dark fibre at the door.


The fibre actualy only goes in on the day of your installation - they are only installing a microducting plumbing system down the street - there isn't any fibre in it.

When you request a service like a GPON (generaly known as a UFB connection)  or P2P connection from a RSP or 'Dark Fibre' connection from a network operator - the microducting will be extnded to 'Your Door' only then will a fibre be inserted (blown) into the mircoducting

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  # 789222 29-Mar-2013 13:00
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Already there Q4 last year...Halswell, Christchurch

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  # 789231 29-Mar-2013 13:22
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Never :-(

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  # 789234 29-Mar-2013 13:29
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No date given. Some time before 2020 if I'm lucky . Pt Chev, AKL..




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  # 789630 30-Mar-2013 13:48
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Before July 2014... Feels like an eternity especially when your current ADSL only gives you 2.5Mbps down. Newton area here.





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