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# 142976 30-Mar-2014 18:35
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Hi There!

Are these officially available to all ISP's? My Preferred ISP says no, but Snap seem to offer it.

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  # 1015540 30-Mar-2014 18:42
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I have not had word yet?
You are not confusing it with the Tauranga UFB services?

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  # 1015663 30-Mar-2014 20:37
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TimA: I have not had word yet?
You are not confusing it with the Tauranga UFB services?


Pretty sure there was a press release a couple of months ago saying that chorus where ditching the 30/10 and in favour of 50/20.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1015801 31-Mar-2014 08:54
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networkn: Hi There!

Are these officially available to all ISP's? My Preferred ISP says no, but Snap seem to offer it.


Chorus has not released a 50/20 plan to ISPs for wholesale supply yet.

We have it available for trial and development in our lab at this time.

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  # 1015803 31-Mar-2014 08:56
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Chorusnz:
networkn: Hi There!

Are these officially available to all ISP's? My Preferred ISP says no, but Snap seem to offer it.


Chorus has not released a 50/20 plan to ISPs for wholesale supply yet.

We have it available for trial and development in our lab at this time.

^GL



Any chance of an ETA?


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Remember that the ISP may buy more PIR (peak) or CIR (committed) to effectivley create whatever speed plan they want. It does become a bit more of an administrative nightmare but im pretty sure its all in the UFB wholesale pricebook.




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