SNAP and Telecom have UFB plans and I'd rather not sign to one of those 2 [esp for a minimum 12 months etc] before I see what WxC has to offer [are their others?]
Anyhow know what is going on with WxC UFB plans ?
These are the prices at the moment, but you'd have to clarify with the sales team if there are UFB offerings on your area from WxC.
sbiddle: Xnet's UFB plans are released and are aligned with their other offerings.
My understanding however is that these aren't yet available in all UFB areas and are typically limited to existing BoF areas which have now migrated to UFB.
SNAP and Telecom have UFB plans and I'd rather not sign to one of those 2 [esp for a minimum 12 months etc]
springheal:SNAP and Telecom have UFB plans and I'd rather not sign to one of those 2 [esp for a minimum 12 months etc]
Are you serious?
You will not find any provider offering "No Contract" for UFB for a long time as kyhwana2 pointed out!
Also, it will take a long time before you have the privilege/choice of provider for your region. It's still very early days bud.
Can I get UFB from WxC ?
WxC currently offer UFB services within Auckland and Christchurch only. If you are in one these locations, are in an existing connected subdivisions, or you are in a new home (with structured cabling) served by the Chorus or Enable networks then it is possible that we can provide you with a UFB solutions. A simple check by WxC can confirm the availability of our UFB product for you.
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