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Topic # 184067 9-Nov-2015 13:49
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Vodafone’s network serving Christchurch, Wellington and Kapiti will be among the first in the world to deploy next-generation DOCSIS 3.1 architecture – capable of delivering gigabit speeds, higher network capacity, greater efficiencies and better quality control.

Vodafone CEO Russell Stanners says, “Upon completion of the upgrade, every premise within reach of the network will have access to 1Gbps plans at affordable prices.

Enhanced capacity and 1Gbps plans will become progressively available across Vodafone’s ultra-fast broadband network from mid-2016. Further information on customer plans and pricing will be available next year.


http://www.thosegamers.com/huawei-vodafone-team-up-to-deliver-new-zealands-first-gigacities/

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  Reply # 1423712 9-Nov-2015 13:57
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Vodafone keeps on calling their cable network "ultra-fast broadband". I wonder if CFH has a problem with that?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1423723 9-Nov-2015 14:12
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It's a nice network you have there. It would be a shame if overloading impacted these promised gigabit speeds.

And did I mention the Technicolour modem/router?






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  Reply # 1423743 9-Nov-2015 14:20
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excellent news, 




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  Reply # 1423779 9-Nov-2015 15:08
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DarkShadow: Vodafone keeps on calling their cable network "ultra-fast broadband". I wonder if CFH has a problem with that?


It gets very confusing when trying to work out whether it's the UFB network or Vodafone's cable network. I guess they figured everyone thinks cable is slow so if they call it "ultra-fast broadband network" instead then people will be ok with it.

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  Reply # 1423782 9-Nov-2015 15:13
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"Enhanced capacity and 1Gbps plans will become progressively available across Vodafone’s ultra-fast broadband network from mid-2016. Further information on customer plans and pricing will be available next year."

I hope it won't be a 7-year roll-out like fibre.

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  Reply # 1423784 9-Nov-2015 15:24
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freitasm: It's a nice network you have there. It would be a shame if overloading impacted these promised gigabit speeds.

And did I mention the Technicolour modem/router?


Please be different modem... one that is just plain bridge as I would rather keep using my established router setup at home!!!




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  Reply # 1423817 9-Nov-2015 15:29
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Sounds promising, Vodafone, you may have just given me a reason to stay. Don't let me down! If its affordable and reliable then I'm in. Any idea when the upgrade will be complete for everyone? I don't want to get exicted for mid next year only to find Woodridge is at the bottom of the list.

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  Reply # 1423820 9-Nov-2015 15:34
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MikeB4: VF could use Geekzone members to trial the service


I doubt it. We did it with TelstraClear. Interesting I didn't get a press release or message regarding this, so there's always this.






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MikeB4: VF could use Geekzone members to trial the service


I doubt it. We did it with TelstraClear. Interesting I didn't get a press release or message regarding this, so there's always this.




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  Reply # 1423838 9-Nov-2015 16:04
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they really need to fix the ongoing issues with the current network before they consider upping the speed

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  Reply # 1423860 9-Nov-2015 16:34
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What upstream speeds are likely to be available? Earlier DOCSIS standards typically allocated very asymmetric bandwidth to the channels. I haven't read about v3.1 as yet.



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  Reply # 1423867 9-Nov-2015 16:49
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Jase2985: they really need to fix the ongoing issues with the current network before they consider upping the speed

Upping the speed is a way to fix the current issues, no?

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  Reply # 1423873 9-Nov-2015 16:56
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No. It seems the available capacity is at play too.

The network performs at max speed at certain times.




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