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Topic # 151397 24-Aug-2014 10:10

This sounds exciting if it happens. I had a friend who was thinking of moving to a small town, was about to purchase a nice house with sea views, but decided against it because it wasn't on the UFB map.  I think the availability or otherwise of UFB will be a deal breaker in the next few years.  The author of the article, Pullar-Strecker, says the roll-out is progressing "satisfactorily".  This is high-praise coming from this one on UFB.  I think it's going better than "satisfactorily" but an interesting article none the less. 

http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/small-business/10412411/Nats-may-extend-UFB-rollout



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more UFB sounds good :P




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  Reply # 1114553 24-Aug-2014 14:14
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Sounds nice, but not enough to vote nats. Always amusing when they accuse the left of a lolly scramble, and then say this :)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1122088 4-Sep-2014 19:07

Just popping this here for the sake of completeness.  Appreciate someone has start another thread.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/10460390/National-lines-up-35-more-towns-for-UFB





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  Reply # 1122093 4-Sep-2014 19:17
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Bummer, still no Putaruru :(




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  Reply # 1122107 4-Sep-2014 19:43
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