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Chorusnz
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  #1941535 17-Jan-2018 14:20
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KillerHulk:

 

But my House(unit) is on main road. Does not have long driveway or anything.

 

Still might need consent from neighbor ?

 

And yes, i will contact my landlord before contacting ISP.

 

 

 

 

Unless the Fibre has already been built into the complex we will likely need to go through a consents process. Anytime we start working on a Multi dwelling unit like yours we want to get everything done at once. This way we can avoid disrupting all the residents every time someone new wants Fibre. Your provider can look up for you to see if the consents and build process has already been completed. If you’re after more information about what’s involved we have a great interactive page on our website that you can read here: https://www.chorus.co.nz/fibre-centre/mdu-process

 

 

 

@Snackos the great thing about building in the network for all dwellings in a shared space is that when new tenants or owners move in everything is in place, ready for us to simply finish off the connection inside. ^Richard


 
 
 

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  #1970753 7-Mar-2018 15:54
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Received a letter from chorus with letter & images showing how the layout is going to be done & stuff

 

 

 

How close am i getting till connected ?





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  #1970773 7-Mar-2018 16:57
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KillerHulk:

 

Received a letter from chorus with letter & images showing how the layout is going to be done & stuff

 

 

 

How close am i getting till connected ?

 

 


You should have received an email from your ISP with the date of install - I'm with Bigpipe and I received the letter & images showing the layout etc just last week, my date to be installed is 19th March - yours will differ

 

So if you haven't received anything from your ISP, get in contact with them :)




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  #1987476 3-Apr-2018 10:34
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ISP's said they waiting for chorus to contact them.

 

haven't heard back from chorus yet.

 

Orcon's online status shows waiting for consent !!





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  #2001180 23-Apr-2018 15:35
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Finally got connected to Fibre on 21st April

 

Getting 94-94 down & 16 up

 





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