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Topic # 115407 25-Mar-2013 10:51
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Just queried on Facebook why they no longer have the colour coded map, seems they are finding the build schedule is changing around too much.

Anyway it seems they have updated the build schedule in the address finder, thankfully in my case fiber is coming 2 years sooner (available 1 March 2014), hopefully others will be in the same boat!

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  Reply # 786565 25-Mar-2013 11:02
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I can already sign up to a fiber provider in Huntington here in Hamilton. Waiting for Snap to setup a handover connection. Hopefully soon.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 787049 26-Mar-2013 10:04
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:( I was on 4 Jan 2014, but now 1 Feb 2014, Rototuna North, Hamilton

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  Reply # 787317 26-Mar-2013 16:15
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Mine's been pushed back almost an entire year from original estimate of this year. Looking at VDSL now.

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  Reply # 788076 27-Mar-2013 16:15
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My house isn't even scheduled yet so I will have to wait quite a long time I'm guessing.

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  Reply # 788412 28-Mar-2013 09:37
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For my parents' house it says outside the UFB area, I watched the dudes lay the cable there in Jan!
Orcon has them (correctly) as being lit May 2013.

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