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  Reply # 1709773 26-Jan-2017 09:11
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DjShadow:

 

http://www.crownfibre.govt.nz/ufb-initiative/ultra-fast-broadband-extension/

 

 

Looks like Morrinsville is 2021. See some parts of Auckland have been pushed out to 2024..





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  Reply # 1709791 26-Jan-2017 09:19
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Good to see Outram in the UFB2 list!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1709799 26-Jan-2017 09:23
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But not Kirwee....unless it is part of Darfield....


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  Reply # 1709800 26-Jan-2017 09:25
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Good to see Thames there. First half of next year.

 

Get the Parentals off ADSL at last.


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  Reply # 1709813 26-Jan-2017 09:43
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damn, this hit here before the informer came out.

 

 

 

Good to see, told you there were some exciting stuff coming out.





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  Reply # 1709815 26-Jan-2017 09:44
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Whangamata in 2023! woot. 6 years wait!

 

2 More Years till my street in Auckland gets it.


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  Reply # 1709845 26-Jan-2017 10:09
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Has anyone managed to find the coverage maps (as opposed to vague town/place names)?


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  Reply # 1709852 26-Jan-2017 10:17
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Really really happy with this. Fiber due before 1st half of 2018 called uff they are getting back to me with an exact month :)

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  Reply # 1709861 26-Jan-2017 10:25
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Its a shame that Enable didn't get the areas around Christchurch and the surrounding areas especially where Enable already has their own infrastructure in place.


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  Reply # 1709863 26-Jan-2017 10:26
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thelonepinetree:

 

Has anyone managed to find the coverage maps (as opposed to vague town/place names)?

 

 

I believe this is the map on the CFH site but it seems broken at present.

 

 


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  Reply # 1709871 26-Jan-2017 10:30
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jonb: Good to see Outram in the UFB2 list!

 

 

 

this is amazing for the community.





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  Reply # 1709918 26-Jan-2017 11:15
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Uff told me they are still working out the exact roll out details so no exact data is released yet.

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  Reply # 1710057 26-Jan-2017 14:28
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I can't imagine many ISPs installing handovers in 151 new towns. Is there some sort of change to allow UFB services to be delivered without needing handovers everywhere? Or can they "piggyback" off the UFB1 areas (eg. a handover in Whakatane also working for Ohope, Edgecumbe, Matata, etc)?


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There should be some sort of "tail extension" service so as to aggregate multiple service areas over one or more handovers.

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  Reply # 1710073 26-Jan-2017 14:33
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yitz: There should be some sort of "tail extension" service so as to aggregate multiple service areas over one or more handovers.

 

 

 

Are you stating that as fact or questioning or suggesting it?


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