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# 168535 17-Mar-2015 14:01
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Im thinking about Myrepublic fibre (pure plan)  i live in christchurch.I have already  one internet in my house which is  rly slow ( copperline) can i have fibre internet (naked) without  canceling internet which is already in my house?

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  # 1261074 17-Mar-2015 14:05
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Assuming the copper isnt removed as part of the fibre installation, Absolutely you can have both services.

Better question would be Short of redundancy why would you like to keep the slower connection rather than upgrade the speed without duplicating on the cost?




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  # 1261083 17-Mar-2015 14:16
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Im not paying  anything for  internet when i  moved  into this  house  landlord  had this internet.He dont mind if i get  better  internet  for myself  , but he wants to keep this ( have no idea why) :).

 
 
 
 


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  # 1261552 18-Mar-2015 11:58
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In Christchurch, Enable is the company who is controlling the fibre.

They wont / can't remove the copper wire going from the boundary to the house, since its owned by Spark (Telecom).

Instead they can rewire all / some of the jack points in the house to connect to a device that provides a phone line over fibre (known as an ATA).

You can keep the copper and fibre connected and running together but a single jack point (BT socket) can only connected to one of them at a time.



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  # 1261861 18-Mar-2015 17:38
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Thanks for  answer  Kiwis , i checked jack point in house  and i saw  2  one is connected  with current internet  (phone line)  from another  no cable  coming maybe they both are  working who knows.

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  # 1261873 18-Mar-2015 18:22
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KiwisOnLand: 

They wont / can't remove the copper wire going from the boundary to the house, since its owned by Spark (Telecom).


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  # 1262052 18-Mar-2015 23:11
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wialns: Im thinking about Myrepublic fibre (pure plan)  i live in christchurch.I have already  one internet in my house which is  rly slow ( copperline) can i have fibre internet (naked) without  canceling internet which is already in my house?


wialns: Im not paying  anything for  internet when i  moved  into this  house  landlord  had this internet.He dont mind if i get  better  internet  for myself  , but he wants to keep this ( have no idea why) :).


Question: Do you have a phone plugged in, and Do you make and receive calls using that phone?
I guessing the landlord controls that phone number and is under the landlords account, which would mean you would not be able to port the number over to MyRepublic.

As you suggest, You can get fibre with Myrepublic, you can just ask them not to provision a number / landline on their network and just use the copper line for a phone.



wialns: Thanks for  answer  Kiwis , i checked jack point in house  and i saw  2  one is connected  with current internet  (phone line)  from another  no cable  coming maybe they both are  working who knows.


You can plug in a phone or modem into the other jack point if see if you have dial tone or if the modem connects.





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  # 1264467 21-Mar-2015 11:33
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So today i sign up  for  MyRepublic pure plan ( naked) since i dont need   phone line at all.they said it  takes 2-4  weeks to install depends on the installation method  we'll see. :)

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