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#115341 22-Mar-2013 15:13
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New plans and products for home, business and schools will be available to customers from 28th March.




 

 

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  #787784 27-Mar-2013 12:06
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Conference call started...
  • Telecom Ultra Fibre is the name
  • Available from tomorrow 28th March
  • UFB rollout is a seven year plan
  • Set of products for home, school and small businesses
  • Robust, easy to engage with
  • Trial done with customers and partners allowed to refine UFB offerings
  • Development of service doesn't stop - first step
  • Chorus UFB covers 70% of New Zealand
  • Trials underway with other fibre providers
  • National rollout, therefore same prices everywhere
  • Consumer entry level $95/month 50GB 30Mbps 
  • Thousands pre-registered interest
UFB plans and prices here.






 

 

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  #787830 27-Mar-2013 12:24
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Residential Plans:

UltraFibre 30 
From $95 p/m on a 12 month contract (speeds of up to 30Mbps download/up to 10Mbps upload)

• 50GB ($95) 150GB ($109) 500GB ($129)

UltraFibre 100
From $125 p/m on a 12 month contract (speeds of up to 100Mbps download/up to 50Mbps upload).

• 50GB ($125) 150GB* ($139) 500GB* ($159)

12 month contracts for both plans include:

• Landline rental
• Free standard fibre installation (RRP $299)
• Free Ultra Fibre modem (RRP $129) or optional BYO modem
• Free fibre premise equipment
• McAfee Security Suite
• Flickr Pro

Early termination fees apply ($299).

At launch (28th March, 2013), data caps won’t apply; therefore customers who sign up for 150GB or 500GB plans will be credited back to the 50GB plan price until caps are applied.


Small Business Plans:

Business Broadband Ultra Fibre 100
$167.29 p/m plus GST for 200GB of data on a 24 month plan (speeds of up to 100Mbps download/up to 50Mbps upload).

24 month plan includes:

• Free business grade wireless gateway (RRP$299).

Total Office (Landline and Ultra Fibre Broadband package)
Starting from $207 p/m plus GST with 200GB of data (speeds of up to 100Mbps download/up to 50Mbps upload). Plus $199 plus GST for standard installation costs.

24 month plan includes:

• Free landline
• Free business grade wireless gateway (RRP$299).
• Normally additional data is $1/GB however no data caps for a limited time.

For more terms and conditions visit www.telecom.co.nz/fibreforbusiness

School Plans:

Education Broadband Ultra Fibre 30 (speeds of up to 30Mbps download/up to 30Mbps upload).
$129 plus GST p/m with uncapped data on a 12 month term.

Education Broadband Ultra Fibre 50 (speeds of up to 50Mbps download/up to 50Mbps upload). $159 plus GST p/m with uncapped data on a 12 month term.

The plans include:

• Free installation.
• Free business grade wireless gateway (RRP $299).
• Schools must be within Chorus UFB footprint and have fixed voice with Telecom.
• For terms and conditions visit www.telecom.co.nz/fibreforbusiness




 

 

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