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Topic # 24247 18-Jul-2008 21:16
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I wonder if anyone can help me on this, i want to know when this will come to Christchurch.

I have been informed by Chorus the my phone exchange is ADSL2+ yet VF do not offer the service, they say they have to wait for it be un-bundled ?

I am a bit confused on this and want to know when ADSL2+ will be availablle in my area no one seems to have an anser apart from some time nexy year, so what is the problem if the exchange is ready for the product ??

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  Reply # 149311 18-Jul-2008 21:26
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This INFO guessing would still be covered by NDA

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  Reply # 149319 18-Jul-2008 21:37
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They still have to get around to putting their gear in the exchanges?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 149388 19-Jul-2008 08:03
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What is NDA ?

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  Reply # 149389 19-Jul-2008 08:19
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beenz: What is NDA ?


NDA refers to information that is covered by a Non Disclosure Agreement, signed by parties on a contract or deal.




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Reply # 149837 21-Jul-2008 12:15
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I had ADSL2 when I was with Orcon here in Christchurch. Switched to Vodafone due to performance issues and only had ADSL.

Switched again to Snap due to even worse performance issues, have my ADSL2 back and very good speeds.

So it may be that it is more a policy decision for Vodeavone not to offer ADSL2.




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  Reply # 150073 22-Jul-2008 01:20
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That's pretty weird. Since there is no Red network in Christchurch yet regardless of the provider you'll be on the same TCNZ DSLAM. Remapping between providers doesn't normaly change your wiring in the exchange. Basically - you should be getting exactly the same sync speeds on all three of them. I'm not aware of any limits imposed by either TCNZ or VF, unless you were on a limited plan with one provider and not the others.

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