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johnr
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  #1176991 16-Nov-2014 20:16
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mineplay: Hopefully the VDSL disttance doesn't happen when UFB is planned for my area which is 2018


UFB and VDSL are chalk and cheese totally different technology

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  #1176995 16-Nov-2014 20:18
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mineplay: Will that change??
Our local Vodafone hardware I think is near East Tamaki not sure though.
Also can you please tell me what Naked Broadband is?


Naked broadband is only broadband and no POTS line

 
 
 
 


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  #1176996 16-Nov-2014 20:19
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So which ISP has better features for better Value???

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  #1176998 16-Nov-2014 20:22
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mineplay: So which ISP has better features for better Value???


That is up to the end user to decide as we don't know how or what services you use now

Sit down spend 15 minutes working it out

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  #1177004 16-Nov-2014 20:39
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So naked broadband is basically just an internet connection? 

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  #1177008 16-Nov-2014 20:43
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mineplay: So naked broadband is basically just an internet connection? 


Have you done a Google search ' What is naked broadband '? but Yes no POTS telephone service

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  #1177071 16-Nov-2014 23:22
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mineplay: Will that change??

I doubt it. Sounds like your area (at a guess) will most likely skip the VDSL step (at a guess) and move straight to UFB when it becomes available.

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