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# 214276 4-May-2017 17:33
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So if the Spark address checker says I can get VDSL, but the Chorus address checker says I can't, who do I believe?

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  # 1775767 4-May-2017 17:38
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You could try and sign up? There has been recent advances in VDSL and the chorus website shapefiles may be out of date.




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  # 1775772 4-May-2017 17:57
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What does this tool indicate: https://www.chorus.co.nz/maps

 

Versus what you see under the VDSL zone on here: https://www.chorus.co.nz/broadband-options/for-business/broadband-map 
I'd personally trust the Pre Qual on the Chorus site. 
If you get a No, Call up and ask to put a feasibility request in.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1775937 4-May-2017 22:17
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TimA:

 

What does this tool indicate: https://www.chorus.co.nz/maps

 

Versus what you see under the VDSL zone on here: https://www.chorus.co.nz/broadband-options/for-business/broadband-map 
I'd personally trust the Pre Qual on the Chorus site. 
If you get a No, Call up and ask to put a feasibility request in.

 

/maps shows ADSL only (and fibre not until July 2019).

 

/broadband-map shows in the >20 Mbps shaded area (by several hundred metres) which I guess means yes to VDSL.

 

 

 

/maps shows VDSL available for house directly opposite, with 14 Mbps potential speed, but actually I'm connecting at 13.9 on ADSL currently. House to the right is not listed (although I know they are on Vodafone cable) and to the left it's showing as VDSL available with a potential 21 Mbps.


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  # 1775977 4-May-2017 23:30
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Yep you should be fine for VDSL at those sync rates - sign up!





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  # 1776046 5-May-2017 09:18
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allan:

 

TimA:

 

What does this tool indicate: https://www.chorus.co.nz/maps

 

Versus what you see under the VDSL zone on here: https://www.chorus.co.nz/broadband-options/for-business/broadband-map 
I'd personally trust the Pre Qual on the Chorus site. 
If you get a No, Call up and ask to put a feasibility request in.

 

/maps shows ADSL only (and fibre not until July 2019).

 

/broadband-map shows in the >20 Mbps shaded area (by several hundred metres) which I guess means yes to VDSL.

 

 

 

/maps shows VDSL available for house directly opposite, with 14 Mbps potential speed, but actually I'm connecting at 13.9 on ADSL currently. House to the right is not listed (although I know they are on Vodafone cable) and to the left it's showing as VDSL available with a potential 21 Mbps.

 

 

 

 

Can you post your current ADSL modem stats?

 

 


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  # 1776051 5-May-2017 09:28
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New site by Chorus... http://askforbetter.co.nz


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  # 1776108 5-May-2017 10:17
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@allan DM me your account number or landline number and i'll do some checks on our side.

 

 

 

will give you a realistic expectation..

 

Sounds like you may be a borderline option though.





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  # 1776110 5-May-2017 10:20
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olivernz:

 

New site by Chorus... http://askforbetter.co.nz

 

 

It's a nice site, but still does not deal well with overlapping ASIDS.

 

 

 

take my address for example

 

 

I however have a 17/1.2 ADSL line and 22/1.1 VDSL line at this address.

 

Last time i discussed this with @ChorusNZ they indicated there is not alot to be done about conflicts in their system.





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  # 1777418 7-May-2017 21:32
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Hi guys, thanks for the offer of help. Been away for the weekend, so only just got back to this:

 

@hio77 - have PMed you

 

@TimA - stats are:

 


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  # 1777622 8-May-2017 11:47
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Per PM, borderline but is possible.

 

 

 

i'd expect about 20/2 on that connection based on the noise on the line currently.





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  # 1777660 8-May-2017 12:21
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allan: So if the Spark address checker says I can get VDSL, but the Chorus address checker says I can't, who do I believe?

 

Been there...

 

Same happened to me , chorus & all isp's website said i can have VDSL but when i actually got it, i found out that the copper wiring to my house comes from a cabinet located 1.25 kms away and not from the from the one which is 500 meters away.





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