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  #1486985 7-Feb-2016 14:42
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quickymart:

 

hyperman:

 

put in ANY address and it will say "coming soon" even if there is a snowball's chance in hell of UFB ever been laid

 

so in my view kinda misleading....

 

 

Not always.

 

 

In the same way that a stopped clock is correct twice a day..


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That broadband checker is a load of crap. I typed in an address on friggin' Stewart Island and it said fibre's coming soon.


 
 
 
 


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  #1487037 7-Feb-2016 15:58
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@cbrpilot @wheelbarrow01 @talkiet

 

Maybe something to pass on to the marketing department


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  #1487120 7-Feb-2016 18:25
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DarthKermit:

 

That broadband checker is a load of crap. I typed in an address on friggin' Stewart Island and it said fibre's coming soon.

 

 

Stewart Island is getting VDSL soon though... I'm actually serious.





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 Before Haast! (Although there are 100 more people in Oban than Haast - but Haast is on the mainland, and Oban isn't). Hmmm...


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michaelmurfy:  <snip> Stewart Island is getting VDSL soon though... I'm actually serious. 

 

Why shouldn't they? 
If you live in an isolated area, you need better telecommunications, not worse.





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michaelmurfy:  <snip> Stewart Island is getting VDSL soon though... I'm actually serious. 

 

Why shouldn't they? 
If you live in an isolated area, you need better telecommunications, not worse.

 

 

[sarcasm] Preferably at the same or cheaper price than in the cities [/sarcasm]

 

 

 

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