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Topic # 86186 2-Jul-2011 16:56
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I would've thought that they would started new plans for this by now..




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  Reply # 488813 3-Jul-2011 15:39
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Who said anything about they are not doing it... 

Why would they waste putting VDSL2+ cards in the exchanges / Cabinets

It will come when they do it i guess?? 

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  Reply # 488817 3-Jul-2011 15:45
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rygrass: Who said anything about they are not doing it... 

Why would they waste putting VDSL2+ cards in the exchanges / Cabinets

It will come when they do it i guess?? 


the cards are there, they just choose not to purchase the service from Telecom wholesale,  along with practically every other ISP out there.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 488833 3-Jul-2011 16:41
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rygrass: Who said anything about they are not doing it... 

Why would they waste putting VDSL2+ cards in the exchanges / Cabinets

It will come when they do it i guess?? 


Telecom retail is not Telecom Wholesale which in turn is not Chorus.


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  Reply # 488843 3-Jul-2011 17:06
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There are at least 4 ISPs I know of offering VDSL2. We are using it at our Wellington office and get around 30mbps down and 10mbps up with 30ms ping.






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  Reply # 488845 3-Jul-2011 17:28
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I would say that 90% of ADSL subscribers don't need VDSL2, I don't

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  Reply # 488847 3-Jul-2011 17:39
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Zeon: There are at least 4 ISPs I know of offering VDSL2. We are using it at our Wellington office and get around 30mbps down and 10mbps up with 30ms ping.



Which ones please?

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  Reply # 488848 3-Jul-2011 17:40
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johnr: I would say that 90% of ADSL subscribers don't need VDSL2, I don't


I would say 90% of consumers don't require a bigger connection than ADSL2+ Offers, but almost all businesses would benefit from a larger upstream connection.

Along with the ability for multiple IP's (two would be nice) over a VDSL or ADSL2+ Connection.

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  Reply # 488850 3-Jul-2011 17:43
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Business Yes or anyone that does large backups the up link speed would be handy

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  Reply # 488853 3-Jul-2011 17:45
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JohnR, I really wish VF would reconsider it's position of offering more than 1 ip per connection. Some of the other ISP's do offer it, so it must be possible. Perhaps a small trial of the technology could be attempted with a group of tech savy customers to allow this.

Back on topic now.

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  Reply # 488855 3-Jul-2011 17:46
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networkn: JohnR, I really wish VF would reconsider it's position of offering more than 1 ip per connection. Some of the other ISP's do offer it, so it must be possible. Perhaps a small trial of the technology could be attempted with a group of tech savy customers to allow this.

Back on topic now.


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  Reply # 488856 3-Jul-2011 17:48
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I can wear a red tshirt for a while :)

Now's Good!

Whoops wrong company :)

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  Reply # 488988 4-Jul-2011 02:51
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I desperately want more upstream to the point I am considering taking a second ADSL2 connection to get it. Stupid telecom wont do annex M which would go a long way to sorting out the whole internet chokes because I am uploading something problem.




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  Reply # 488993 4-Jul-2011 07:04
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networkn:
Zeon: There are at least 4 ISPs I know of offering VDSL2. We are using it at our Wellington office and get around 30mbps down and 10mbps up with 30ms ping.



Which ones please?


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Those are the 2 I know of anyway.. 




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  Reply # 488996 4-Jul-2011 07:09
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networkn:
Zeon: There are at least 4 ISPs I know of offering VDSL2. We are using it at our Wellington office and get around 30mbps down and 10mbps up with 30ms ping.



Which ones please?


I have been looking into getting VDSL2 at home for a while, and found these providers:

TelstraClear - quite pricey and wont give service if you are off a Telecom cabinet
WorldNet - haven't called them and probably wouldn't
Actrix - I have been emailing them about this product have received excellent service, currently top of my list

Prices are a LOT more expensive than ADSL2+.  Actrix will provision the service to my house but I haven't made the final decision about going VDSL2 or Vodafone's naked ADSL2.

There is another but I cannot remember or find them, @Zeon?

(Edit - fixed spelling, it's too early for me!)

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  Reply # 489009 4-Jul-2011 08:13
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timbosan: Is the pricing confidential or are you able to post it here or in a PM (Indicative is fine)

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