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# 162088 28-Jan-2015 21:00
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I remember we were told it was coming early this year - when can we expect to see it?

I am still holding out until BigPipe comes.

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  # 1224538 29-Jan-2015 09:08
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Equipment is on it's way.  exact date depends on a few other moving parts, should be around 4-6 weeks.




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  # 1224577 29-Jan-2015 10:06
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Any plans to come to Rotorua? UFB should be available on my street in the next couple of months and would like to stay with Bigpipe if I can.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1224590 29-Jan-2015 10:32
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Would all so like to know if you have an update for New Plymouth, thanks.

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  # 1224594 29-Jan-2015 10:44
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We do want to cover the whole country, and we definitely want to keep you guys as customers, but realistically we don't have the $$ or the resource to do the whole country straight away.

We have Auckland now, and Wellington is next cab off the rank,  but it's pretty unlikely we'll get to any other areas before the end of the financial year (June 30th).

Sorry to disappoint.




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  # 1224596 29-Jan-2015 10:57
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Trunks2: Any plans to come to Rotorua? UFB should be available on my street in the next couple of months and would like to stay with Bigpipe if I can.

 

If i had to guess a deployment order, I expect you'll see Dunedin or Christchurch next. Followed by Hamilton and Tauranga. And then other areas such as Rotorua and New Plymouth.

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