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  # 239248 27-Jul-2009 09:03
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ronindanbo: Saturn deployed the cable network WHICH Telstra Clear bought, not much meterage has been put on since. I agree the Auckland City Council has shut down the chance to put the network up there BUT how many other citys have they developed since buying the network? none.


Well actually, there is Telstra fibre running outside my works door, there is a telstra loop around blenheim.. whats it doing there? god knows.. its dark fibre as far as i know  (not to be confused with the link fibre network that connects motueka, richmond, nelson, blenheim, picton and awatere valley, thats a different kettle of fish altogether, also marlborough lines has fibre running around the city.. so yes we have three seperate fibre networks)

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  # 239251 27-Jul-2009 09:08
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all part of the national fibre backbone as previously discussed.

 
 
 
 


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  # 239255 27-Jul-2009 09:24
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ronindanbo: all part of the national fibre backbone as previously discussed.
The telstra fibre has been there for 4+ years

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  # 239256 27-Jul-2009 09:26
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yes thats right your point is?



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  # 239259 27-Jul-2009 09:28
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His point - and mine - is that you can't just accuse the company of "having a policy of not to build there (sic) own network but to leach off of others" because that's just not true.





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  # 239276 27-Jul-2009 10:19
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We have TelstraClear cabling (I believe that it's fibre) running past my work in Whakatane. We're connected to it, so it's definitely there and working :)

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  # 240222 29-Jul-2009 17:28
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Mauricio, will you be updating live from the event? I want to laugh (then cry) at the fail as soon as possible.



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  # 240234 29-Jul-2009 18:01
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Cool

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  # 240258 29-Jul-2009 19:00
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It's 7. Argh, the suspense!

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  # 240265 29-Jul-2009 19:22
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Any updates?

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  # 240266 29-Jul-2009 19:23
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am keeping an eye on Twitter, nothing new yet....

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  # 240269 29-Jul-2009 19:30
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I guess they're watching the documentary.



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  # 240271 29-Jul-2009 19:32
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WARspeed? Uh oh!

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