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Topic # 114532 22-Feb-2013 15:26
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Keen to talk to any fellow GZers who are based/work outside of the Upper North Island (Taupo & South).

We've enjoyed working with CoffeeBaron for VDSL Master Splitter installs (which we encourage clients to have done unless there is a very good reason) - and would prefer to work with independent contractors across NZ than with Chorus.

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  Reply # 767747 22-Feb-2013 16:08
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I do splitter installs.
I'm based in Whangarei but can do out of town jobs as well.
Contact details in my signature.
Not sure if you want someone up here though??






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  Reply # 767750 22-Feb-2013 16:11
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I'll send you a PM. Good to have contacts everywhere! I'm guessing you can sometimes come a little south from time to time too.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 767799 22-Feb-2013 17:33
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Do you need any kind of licence to install these? I DIY installed my own one in my house, it wasn't a difficult task.




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  Reply # 768204 23-Feb-2013 16:04
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DarthKermit: Do you need any kind of licence to install these? I DIY installed my own one in my house, it wasn't a difficult task.


Na nothing like that required. A good knowledge of general phone wiring is essential though for doing them in most homes. But yea, not a difficult task but can be tricky in some houses where running cables is tricky.

Im in Palmy and have installed more splitters than I care to think about lol.

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  Reply # 768208 23-Feb-2013 16:25
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DarthKermit: Do you need any kind of licence to install these? I DIY installed my own one in my house, it wasn't a difficult task.


Na nothing like that required. A good knowledge of general phone wiring is essential though for doing them in most homes. But yea, not a difficult task but can be tricky in some houses where running cables is tricky.

Im in Palmy and have installed more splitters than I care to think about lol.


Cheers for that Sam. If I see anyone in this area asking about master splitters, I can advise them to contact you; if you don't mind that is?




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  Reply # 768250 23-Feb-2013 18:46
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Of course! That's what forums are for!

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