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  Reply # 590953 5-Mar-2012 22:45 Send private message

Why would they do that and lose otherwise happy customers?
"We know we once could give you service here, but we're turning it off now. Sorry!"

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  Reply # 591004 6-Mar-2012 07:38

No what he means is that once they have say 92% coverage, their broadband packs can be used on the vodafone network. Taking a hit on the 5% who live there.

 

 



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  Reply # 591048 6-Mar-2012 09:18 Send private message

SteveON: No what he means is that once they have say 92% coverage, their broadband packs can be used on the vodafone network. Taking a hit on the 5% who live there.


Yes that's what I ment.

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  Reply # 597928 20-Mar-2012 20:54 Send private message

Hurry up with broadband in Ashbuton please. I am a modest data user and you mobile data package is a good'un for me.

If you don't hurry up all the Chorus cable that is being laid around the town will siphon away potential customers.

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  Reply # 598056 21-Mar-2012 09:06 Send private message

ObidiahSlope: Hurry up with broadband in Ashbuton please. I am a modest data user and you mobile data package is a good'un for me.

If you don't hurry up all the Chorus cable that is being laid around the town will siphon away potential customers.


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Towers/sites have been up and running for several months now... surely testing phase is nearly over? (crosses fingers)

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  Reply # 598069 21-Mar-2012 09:27

You know that if you get access to their towers you are in the zone... Doesnt matter if it is official or not.



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  Reply # 599675 25-Mar-2012 09:39 Send private message

I can find 2degrees coverage now in Matamata, doesn't let me connect however so I assume its in testing phase

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  Reply # 600834 27-Mar-2012 16:48 Send private message

ObidiahSlope: Hurry up with broadband in Ashbuton please. I am a modest data user and you mobile data package is a good'un for me.

If you don't hurry up all the Chorus cable that is being laid around the town will siphon away potential customers.


What about all the Electricity Ashburton fibre already laid?

If 2Degrees would care to expand to Oamaru and the greater Dunedin area, that would be swell too.

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  Reply # 601506 28-Mar-2012 19:44 Send private message

Any plans to extend 2degree coverage in the Waiarapa? :-)

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  Reply # 601593 28-Mar-2012 22:00 Send private message

Much larger population centres than the Wairarapa don't have coverage yet...I would think they would roll out to them first.

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