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  Reply # 1095259 24-Jul-2014 21:53
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The 200/200 has been working well with consistent speeds on both up and down. Able to max out both ways at the advertised speeds for projected lengths of time. This is a residential connection.


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  Reply # 1095261 24-Jul-2014 21:57
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cjmchch: The 200/200 has been working well with consistent speeds on both up and down. Able to max out both ways at the advertised speeds for projected lengths of time. This is a rsidential connection.



gimi gimi dammit!


gotta move! only vdsl here... the pain!




on a serious note, stability there now? 




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  Reply # 1098703 30-Jul-2014 16:43
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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?


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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?


Those 200 plans are unregulated commercial offerings right?

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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?



That's not correct, the last Chorus informer #201  from 2nd July says:

"From 1 July 2014 you will be able to order our new Accelerate fibre plans via OO&T and Chorus Portal"


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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?


Nope. We've been ordering them for our trial customers for a few weeks now.





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  Reply # 1098810 30-Jul-2014 20:44
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networkn:
sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?



Total rubbish.


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  Reply # 1098836 30-Jul-2014 21:34
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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?



Total rubbish.



I am interested in a business related connection, unsure if it makes any difference?


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Some ISP's will be waiting for the other LFC's to produce products. The ComCom your being told about in this case could be the product forum and 200/(50/100/200) from other LFC's coming, just need to equalize the product spec for Chorus's old PON kit and the other LFC's current gen PON kit




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sbiddle: They've been available since the 1st July along with 200/200 and 1Gbps plans for business.





My ISP is claiming these are not order-able yet due to requiring commerce commission approval? Does that sound right?


Those 200 plans are unregulated commercial offerings right?


Unregulated plans still require CFH signoff. So the ISP was probably referring to CFH rather than Comcom.

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