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Topic # 113895 31-Jan-2013 11:04
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Was talking to folks from Chorus and Snap Internet yesterday while attending Sir Tim Berners-Lee session at Te Papag and we started talking about VDSL and UFB coverage. 

Mark (Snap) asked if we have VDSL coverage here and I checked today:



Just outside it. Obviously can't get it from the back of the property (the little triangle tip) as it's a cliff.

Anyone else having similar kind of situation and want to moan, now's the time ;)






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  Reply # 753825 31-Jan-2013 13:00
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Must be a geekzone curse to be just outside VDSL coverage.

I'm near the end of a street with no VDSL.
Street 100m to the North-West is on a VDSL2 cabinet.
Street 100m to the South-West is on a VDSL2 cabinet.




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  Reply # 756380 5-Feb-2013 23:59
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Don't take the Chorus SAT as Gospel. It's outdated and you may have a really good line or a new cabinet has been built. Ask the ISP to do a prequal check and you will know.





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