Broadband plans and prices
Electricity plans and prices
yet. If you don't have an account you can
Spark New Zealand (including Skinny and BigPipe)
Second Telephone Line
Does anyone know how much it costs to get an extra phone line installed to a house?
Looks like it dpeneds on what is involved.
Found this on the Telecom site:
I was thinking about the same thing. Getting a second line to run a seperate business ADSL on. Want to keep the two connections seperate.
It depends where you are, i.e. in a high dentisy area.
If there has been a second line connected to the Telecom network in the past then it's $52.10, however if not you will be up for site visit fee and connection.
Best to contact 123 and they will be able to tell you.
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