however we expect to be able to release further details before the end of the year.*
TelstraClear: The details, including timing and price, are yet to be determined; however we expect to be able to release further details before the end of the year.
We are committed to providing our cable customers with market-leading high speed broadband products and services that meet their needs, while maintaining our current exceptional standards of quality and reliability.
TelstraClear: "...but the short-term demand for a residential high-speed service did not make it commercially-viable at that time."
DonGould: Then start delivering some value added services that customers actually want and will pay money for in a meaningful way that are leading edge, cool and interesting as we've seen Orcon, Xnet and others bouncing into the market with. BoB, FetchTV, Online backups, I could go on and on and on... but seriously, your company needs to start to sell the "junk in the trunk" and support it locally with great Kiwi customer service (God is that not a message that 2Degress have just hammered home!!!) or you can stand back and watch while we just leave in droves and abandon the dream that started 25 years ago!
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graemeh:I would go back from Telecom to a TelstraClear HFC connection if it offered 100mbit with online backup at the right price (with the backup/restore traffic zero rated).
freitasm: I currently use Crashplan (fter using Mozy Backup) and have about 140GB stored in the cloud. If they had a decent priced local backup option, with zero rated traffic to the backup server, that would be very welcome...
They could provide it today by just turning on software - but refuse.
1080p:TelstraClear: "...but the short-term demand for a residential high-speed service did not make it commercially-viable at that time."
Again with the apparent lack of demand. How can you accurately judge demand when no one - barring members of your trial - were offered the service?
Ragnor: However, anything like this for a large company is a much bigger undertaking than you claim Don.