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Topic # 138129 20-Dec-2013 19:14
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Enable gets their UFB speeds better or equal to advertised speed in November.

https://www.truenet.co.nz/articles/enable-beats-chorus-uff-100mbs





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  Reply # 956652 23-Dec-2013 18:24
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Let me clarify in simple terms

Enable promotes 100Mb/s for residential users - here;
http://www.enable.net.nz/why-choose-fibre/home.html

UltrafastFibre promotes 100Mb/s for residential users - here;
http://www.ultrafastfibre.co.nz/fibre-and-its-benefits/how-fast-is-fibre

Chorus/CFH calls the 30 and 100Mb/s new services "bandwidth profiles" in their Bitstream 2 Service http://www.chorus.co.nz/file/24162/chorus-ufb-services-agreement-service-description-for-bitstream-2.pdf

I cannot find at any stage an LFC explaining that the speed you will actually get is subject to the limitations of Level 3 over Level 2.

As stated earlier, Enable have replaced their offering with a higher Level 2 speed to achieve the advertised speeds at Level 3. TrueNet have measured that change and reported success.





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