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  Reply # 1376073 29-Aug-2015 12:28
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I thought the colours were different just because it is different companies. Chorus will still have ducting in the Enable and Ultrafast areas. Which will be fibre to their exchanges and cabinets. So different colours are needed.

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  Reply # 1376112 29-Aug-2015 15:03
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Enable in Christchurch uses red, Huawei


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  Reply # 1376216 29-Aug-2015 22:36
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Our Chorus ones are eco friendly green.

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  Reply # 1376390 30-Aug-2015 12:49
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3puttssuck: When they did our Fibre, it was red. Must come in many colours.

It is faster if it is red.

... but only if it has a black stripe.

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