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Topic # 151255 19-Aug-2014 12:39
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Hi Guys,

I ordered UFB Fibre with my ISP on the 5th August.

I have yet to have a call from Chorus to discuss a time for the site inspection.

I've contacted my ISP and they have an install date from Chorus of the 25th August (next Monday). 

Should I have had a call by now?









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  Reply # 1111255 19-Aug-2014 12:51
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I didn't get a call until after the main site inspection, and just a day or two before the crew arrived.

Had an email from RSP (Spark) in the meantime with a status update whilst waiting for shared drive consent.

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  Reply # 1111271 19-Aug-2014 13:11
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I just had 2 calls from Chorus just before to advise me about my Fibre install I never requested, 2nd call he said is that John and I said ' yes ' then he asked what do you want to do about the install, Advised dial up connection would be nice I love those sounds the modem makes

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1111275 19-Aug-2014 13:13
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20 Days to install UFB, have things changed with Chorus? Is this just residential?




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  Reply # 1111372 19-Aug-2014 16:00
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I'm pretty flexible at work so can shoot home when needed.  Would be a different story if I had to organise a day off to be there with little notice.  Our fibre is overhead and I have a cupboard with power for the ONT where our current copper line terminates so it should be a reasonably easy install.







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