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  Reply # 753170 30-Jan-2013 11:29
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Thanks Chorus, we all look forward to the new map and hope your internal processes work better under the single system.





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  Reply # 753199 30-Jan-2013 12:05
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Awesome! Great to hear. Would hate to think how much data needs to be transferred across!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 753306 30-Jan-2013 15:05
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Thanks Chorus. There was some good constructive feedback in this thread - it's great to know that it's been taken on board. Well done.

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  Reply # 753317 30-Jan-2013 15:15
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timmmay: Interesting, Wanganui isn't scheduled for UFB in the first 3 years. Guess I won't upgrade my Mum to that then.

Wanganui isn't a Chorus UFB zone at all so Chorus will "never" provide UFB there. Fibre may, however, be available from a different company.

[Edit: Reworded]

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  Reply # 753462 30-Jan-2013 20:19
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timmmay: Interesting, Wanganui isn't scheduled for UFB in the first 3 years. Guess I won't upgrade my Mum to that then.

Wanganui isn't a Chorus UFB zone at all so Chorus will "never" provide UFB there. Fibre may, however, be available from a different company.

[Edit: Reworded]


Try www.ultrafastfibre.co.nz That is who is doing it here in New Plymouth.

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  Reply # 753551 30-Jan-2013 23:00
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Great stuff! I use Chorus SAT several times per day. I don't know what I'd do without it! I actually like the layout of the new map too. It is a bit more intuitive. Once all the SAT information is in there it will be a great improvement! :)





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  Reply # 789149 29-Mar-2013 10:56
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Looks like this is about to close, but still no cabinet ID's showing on
http://www.chorus.co.nz/maps






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  Reply # 790333 1-Apr-2013 21:56
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And now its gone :(

No cabinet info in the new /maps :(




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  Reply # 790356 1-Apr-2013 22:23
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Lame

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  Reply # 790386 1-Apr-2013 23:34
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If you work for an ISP you can request access to Chorus to CCM.  Which is Chorus' B2B tool which has all the information (and more).

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  Reply # 792029 3-Apr-2013 00:33
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If you dont work for an isp how do you find out the info which was avail on the chorus sat? i get customers asking me sometimes and now i cant get any info to give them. woud it be helpfull if i put up a google map on my own personal website with a form where people can add the cabinet names and addresses plus additional info that might be known about a particular cabinet?

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  Reply # 801730 18-Apr-2013 15:43
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ChorusVan:[snip]
We recognise the SAT has more detail than the UFB map as it stands, so we recognise your concerns about its closure. We are in the process of transferring a lot of this information to the UFB map. VDSL was intended to be shifted across by the end of the month meaning the UFB would have the same coverage information as SAT. However, we have also found that the cabinet and exchange boundaries also have high use so we are now in the process of including that into the UFB map as well.

We will leave SAT running as we transfer this information which should be over the next two weeks.  Thanks for all the great feedback and support.


Has this information been transferred across yet?

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RunningMan:
ChorusVan:[snip]
We recognise the SAT has more detail than the UFB map as it stands, so we recognise your concerns about its closure. We are in the process of transferring a lot of this information to the UFB map. VDSL was intended to be shifted across by the end of the month meaning the UFB would have the same coverage information as SAT. However, we have also found that the cabinet and exchange boundaries also have high use so we are now in the process of including that into the UFB map as well.

We will leave SAT running as we transfer this information which should be over the next two weeks.  Thanks for all the great feedback and support.


Has this information been transferred across yet?


you're as capable as anyone else to check.



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  Reply # 801798 18-Apr-2013 18:12
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mercutio:
RunningMan:
ChorusVan:[snip]
We recognise the SAT has more detail than the UFB map as it stands, so we recognise your concerns about its closure. We are in the process of transferring a lot of this information to the UFB map. VDSL was intended to be shifted across by the end of the month meaning the UFB would have the same coverage information as SAT. However, we have also found that the cabinet and exchange boundaries also have high use so we are now in the process of including that into the UFB map as well.

We will leave SAT running as we transfer this information which should be over the next two weeks.  Thanks for all the great feedback and support.


Has this information been transferred across yet?


you're as capable as anyone else to check.



Thanks.

I'm having trouble accessing it, which is why I asked whether it's been transferred over.

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  Reply # 801990 19-Apr-2013 00:56
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RunningMan: 

I'm having trouble accessing it, which is why I asked whether it's been transferred over.


Nope the new map doesn't have any of the useful old information like cabinet name, exchange name etc,

Doubt they have any intention of adding it, tbh.



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