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Topic # 193535 14-Mar-2016 14:17
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This isn't official, but if you look on the Map all of Rotorua is now shaded as completed.


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  Reply # 1513083 14-Mar-2016 14:57
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Go Rotovegas!





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  Reply # 1513087 14-Mar-2016 14:59
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Well, all of Rotorua that was on the original rollout plan.  Still a couple of holes


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  Reply # 1513093 14-Mar-2016 15:14
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Not yet, the 15 completed areas are at the bottom of this press release from Friday regarding the UFB build in Tauranga. 




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  Reply # 1513174 14-Mar-2016 17:05
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Chorus will complete Whakatane and Queenstown in 2016.

 

UFF should have Hamilton finished soon. Not sure what the ETA on that is.

 

No other towns or cities will be finished until 2017 at this stage.


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  Reply # 1513239 14-Mar-2016 19:38
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Hamilton should be complete in the next 3 months.

 

 

 

http://www.ultrafastfibre.co.nz/files/Build_Maps_by_build_year_Hamilton_2015_Feb.JPG

 

 

 

So glad to live in a UFF area, rather than a snorus one. :-)




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  Reply # 1513272 14-Mar-2016 20:07
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UncleArthur:

 

Hamilton should be complete in the next 3 months.

 

 

 

http://www.ultrafastfibre.co.nz/files/Build_Maps_by_build_year_Hamilton_2015_Feb.JPG

 

 

 

So glad to live in a UFF area, rather than a snorus one. :-)

 

 

They could update that map, it's over a year out of date.


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