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Topic # 240286 30-Aug-2018 20:41
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Hi - I'm building on a bit of land at Hunua, Auckland. (on the top of a hill).

 

I have the option of trenching copper up a hill to get basic adsl (which will be pretty painful).

 

I've been thinking rural wireless broadband may be better - more expensive, but won't have to trench the copper.

 

Does anyone have any advise on who to choose? (preferably with a home phone as well - as we phone overseas).

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ian.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2081677 30-Aug-2018 21:41
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I do rural broadband installs for a couple of ISP's. Flick me a message with the address if you can and I can check coverage etc and give you some advice.
Thanks Fraser




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