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Topic # 191207 27-Jan-2016 16:50
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As per subject line, Who provides Trustpowers Internet services


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  Reply # 1480096 27-Jan-2016 17:44
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Trustpower are an ISP.  

 

AFAIK they buy wholesale services from chorus, just like pretty much every ISP in NZ.


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  Reply # 1480125 27-Jan-2016 18:10
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I'm pretty sure they have their own operational staff nowadays.

 

Years ago (prior to 2011?) they use to be a virtual ISP wholesaling off FX or Layer 2 or someone else.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1480135 27-Jan-2016 18:28
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NonprayingMantis:

 

Trustpower are an ISP.  

 

AFAIK they buy wholesale services from chorus, just like pretty much every ISP in NZ.

 

 

http://www.ispmap.co.nz/work/topmap-16-Sep-2014.html


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  Reply # 1480141 27-Jan-2016 18:37
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MadEngineer:

NonprayingMantis:


Trustpower are an ISP.  


AFAIK they buy wholesale services from chorus, just like pretty much every ISP in NZ.



http://www.ispmap.co.nz/work/topmap-16-Sep-2014.html



That seems very out of date. Lots of ISPs on there that no longer exist.

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  Reply # 1480142 27-Jan-2016 18:39
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try http://www.ispmap.co.nz/realtime.php (takes a moment to load)


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