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Topic # 29344 4-Jan-2009 08:36
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Anyone know whats happened to Northland Connect? Last I heard they were going to be launching December but have heard nothing since September.

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  Reply # 191923 25-Jan-2009 09:56
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I was curious about this too. I sent an e-mail to address I found for them, but it bounced saying there was no such domain.
I hope it isn't dead. I just moved to Northland, and this service sounded promising...

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  Reply # 191941 25-Jan-2009 11:21
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I guess the business didn't work out..


whois nconnect.co.nz
% New Zealand Domain Name Registry Limited
% Users confirm on submission their agreement to all published Terms
%
version: 1.23.0
query_datetime: 2009-01-25T11:18:45+13:00
domain_name: nconnect.co.nz
query_status: 210 PendingRelease    <-------
domain_dateregistered: 2006-04-20T13:20:16+12:00
domain_datebilleduntil: 2008-11-20T13:20:16+13:00
domain_datelastmodified: 2008-11-20T23:47:07+13:00
domain_datecancelled: 2008-11-20T23:47:07+13:00
domain_delegaterequested: yes

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 191948 25-Jan-2009 11:55
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BenG: I hope it isn't dead. I just moved to Northland, and this service sounded promising...

Send me a PM with your location.  I have accurate coverage maps for Kordia Extend and there is also the option of Ubernet in some areas.

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  Reply # 192475 28-Jan-2009 13:21
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Northland Connect is in business.  http://northlandconnect.co.nz/   Their website is back up.    I also got a bounced email when asking how it was going.  The website gave an error message.

But it seems to be going again, and people have ordered credit via the Zenbu Wi-Fi component of Northland Connect.

So some developments are obviously continuing.

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Reply # 193059 31-Jan-2009 10:41
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I know this is a bit of a hi-jack but...

We do (UberNet) cover quite a large amount of Northland at the moment, so the odds of being able to help out are pretty high.

I'm gonna fire you through an email shortly grant (i still have your details!)

Cheerss

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