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Topic # 81973 20-Apr-2011 21:49
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I am amazed that the scheduled time is seven weeks! There is already a line in the house, connected with a dial tone and am able to make calls, there is even broadband if I plug in my router. 

However I can't believe that they are blaming the bad weather during Xmas here in London (Snow for about three days). 

What's the lead time like in New Zealand nowadays.  

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  Reply # 461104 20-Apr-2011 22:07
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up to 10 working days (normally about 3-4 working days), unless something goes seriously wrong.

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  Reply # 461127 20-Apr-2011 22:53
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For a connected landline to get broadband, can be 2 days.

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