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  Reply # 325579 1-May-2010 14:50
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k1wi: Tawa's cabinets are suppose to go live July 1 ;)

where did you figure that out from?

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  Reply # 325691 1-May-2010 23:24
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Im slightly more convinced now :P

do u think ill see the box put up next week?



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  Reply # 325714 2-May-2010 08:05
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HowickDota: To see if your cabinet's going to be upgraded in the near future I'd suggest looking at the chorus website

Hmm.. I wonder if "RD/BY    Richmond    Richmond    05-May-10" is the part of richmond i'm in or notFoot in mouth

Look on the coverage maps, they have Google Maps to show you the address each cabinet and exchange covers.

That cabinet is not available on the coverage maps

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  Reply # 325731 2-May-2010 09:36
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Tawa cabinet TWA/F according to the wholesale site is due for upgrade in Sept10, so my guess is they are ahead of schedule, or simply some things are happening well ahead. The concrete plinths are subcontracted out and may sit there for some months before a cabinet is put on it, fibre run back to the exchange and distribution pairs crossed to the new cabinet.


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  Reply # 325802 2-May-2010 15:54
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Yea that could be true, prob just have a slab of concrete there for 3 months lol, Hopeful we just ahead, but as people say it says September    

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  Reply # 326165 3-May-2010 19:36
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As of the November 2009 cabinet notice states that it cabinetised as below:

TWA TAWA TWA/F (2) 01-07-10 01-07-10 Binding 328 Wellington City Tawa

*The dates listed for cabinetisation and cessation of supply do not necessarily indicate the actual date when customers will benefit from cabinet upgrades. This may be up to 90 days after the date listed.

Source: Nov 2009 Cabinetisation Notice and Cabinetisation Forecast

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