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# 141193 4-Mar-2014 12:31
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There hadn't been an official press release put out about it but I thought fellow Geekzoners in Christchurch would want to know.

Late last month Telecom launched our commercial UFB offering with Enable in Christchurch.

The Enable site has been updated to reflect we offer UFB: http://www.enable.net.nz/how/residential.html

There are a few outstanding wrinkles that are being worked on with the Telecom Address Checker but never fear if service is available with Enable and you still have copper in the ground we can offer you service.

So if you are looking for UFB in Christchurch... Then give us a call on 123 :)

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  # 998730 4-Mar-2014 12:43
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You still need an analog phone as well  on fiber??




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  # 998735 4-Mar-2014 12:46
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old3eyes: You still need an analog phone as well  on fiber??


For the moment... but that may soon change... ;)

 
 
 
 


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  # 999243 5-Mar-2014 08:57
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plambrechtsen:
old3eyes: You still need an analog phone as well  on fiber??


For the moment... but that may soon change... ;)


I hear rumors of such.. ;-)




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  # 999245 5-Mar-2014 08:59
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old3eyes:
plambrechtsen:
old3eyes: You still need an analog phone as well  on fiber??


For the moment... but that may soon change... ;)


I hear rumors of such.. ;-)


Our CEO has spoken about some of it recently on NBR. So there is work underway in that area (as I am working on it.. )

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  # 999376 5-Mar-2014 12:22
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Paywalled so I guess I'll have to wait a week..




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