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#257416 1-Oct-2019 17:06
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Mum is on a Spark ADSL plan in Auckland, and I told her she should consider going to VDSL . 

 

There is no master splitter/filter installed... if we upgrade her to a spark VDSL plan , will they install a master splitter? And, does that cost anything? 

 

I 'could' install one myself as I have done so before at my house, but better they do it :)

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2327890 1-Oct-2019 17:19
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Nope, it's a connection only order.

 

 

 

You are more than welcome to Request Connection and Wiring..





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  #2328049 1-Oct-2019 20:35
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hio77:

 

You are more than welcome to Request Connection and Wiring..

 

 

There's a cost to that thou correct? I think $199?





 
 
 
 


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  #2328051 1-Oct-2019 20:37
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Get @coffeebaron to do the job properly and better quality for the same price!

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  #2328052 1-Oct-2019 20:37
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Lias:

hio77:


You are more than welcome to Request Connection and Wiring..



There's a cost to that thou correct? I think $199?


Yes. Something like that...




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  #2328087 1-Oct-2019 21:37
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Master filter install is easy. If it's simple. The optional optimisation of existing wiring and multiple sockets etc is the pita part could consume more of a weekend than intended. Unless you're a practiced pro like coffeebarron.

On the plus side installing a master filter could get more performance from existing adsl.

Checked for fibre?


Edit: master filter retail is down to $20 for some reason it's a good time for it.

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