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  #789651 30-Mar-2013 15:26
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No date

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.

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  #789658 30-Mar-2013 16:05
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No date. Wattle Downs, Auckland (South but wealthy area, high demand from the people I talk to around here, many operate home businesses)

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Here in Tuakau...Fibre = Never, plus we have a shared driveway so never/

I am waiting for the Compass Comms new faster wireless we already are on their wireless service here (I have been on the original Counties Power wireless and then Compass for years now and this is the 3rd address.. VOIP as well!!).....Laurie

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#793054 4-Apr-2013 11:47
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between  July 2014 and June 2015

Sandringham  Auckland


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  #793063 4-Apr-2013 11:58
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August 2014 here in NE Hamiltron.

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  #793263 4-Apr-2013 15:06
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no clue, enable dont have very much data up, not anywhere near as good as chorus's map. They need to get their act together, i'm in shirley by the way.

I believe there is a creek running under the road into my subdivision that moved in the earthquake so that might hold things up a bit.

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  #793267 4-Apr-2013 15:09
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somewhere between jul 2014 and june 2015...ellerslie auckland...


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  #793268 4-Apr-2013 15:10
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according to Telecom's website, 17 April 2013 :)

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  #793307 4-Apr-2013 16:11
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  #793345 4-Apr-2013 17:07
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No date

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  #793349 4-Apr-2013 17:11
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No date for my address, some areas near mine projected for "by July 2014", so I take it from that it will take basically forever. Fracking annoyed really, since I can't get VDSL either, and really need far better upload speeds as I contemplate moving towards actually devoting some working hours to my YouTube channel for income.

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  #793357 4-Apr-2013 17:20
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By June 2014 in the North Shore.  No digging activity around us at the moment so presume it will be later rather than sooner..

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  #793359 4-Apr-2013 17:26
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No date in Highland Park

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  #793381 4-Apr-2013 18:14
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It will arrive in my galaxy sometime in the far far away future. Two doors down have fibre, awesome! But I'm somewhere near 2018 I think, not so awesome, long enough away to not bother reminding myself the exact far away date.

I've got plans for my fibre that involve small business/broadcast. Needless to say I'll be moving house sooner, as I'm right on the boundry for VDSL reach too.

Can someone tell me what I'd get VDSL upstream wise with these stats:

Output Power (Up/Down) [dBm]:12,0 / 19,0Line Attenuation (Up/Down) [dB]:17,5 / 30,0

I don't care for downstream speed at all, as the majority of my important stuff is 80-128Kbps upstream.

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  #793411 4-Apr-2013 19:36
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Can someone tell me what I'd get VDSL upstream wise with these stats:

Output Power (Up/Down) [dBm]:12,0 / 19,0Line Attenuation (Up/Down) [dB]:17,5 / 30,0

You won't get VDSL2 - unless of course those high attenuation figures are poor wiring in your home.

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