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#195793 4-May-2016 15:28
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I've got two bonded (ML-PPP) VDSL lines coming into a property and need to increase capacity.

 

I'm going to check, but I'm pretty sure there is a conduit between the plinth and the ETP.

 

Does anyone know how do I go about getting this wire upgraded to a four pair (or more)? Do I contact the ISP or Chorus directly? 

 

Should I expect to be paying for this (Approx 20 metre lead-in), or is it just part of the ~$200 "new install" of the third line?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 


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  #1546704 4-May-2016 15:39
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Make the request for the additional service you want via your RSP/IT Provider.

 

They will work with their provisioning & service delivery team at Chorus to work out the best way to get the service delivered.  Local circumstances will dictate what needs to be done. 

 

Yes, you will need to pay for additional cable if required.

 

You can expect a quote for the work required to get service to the property.

 

^GL


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  #1546705 4-May-2016 15:41
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Recalling your lines from the past, will be interested to hear how this all goes.





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  #1546709 4-May-2016 15:49
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hio77:

 

Recalling your lines from the past, will be interested to hear how this all goes.

 

 

In reference to max rates? or this?


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  #1546711 4-May-2016 15:55
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ElectronicFerret:

 

hio77:

 

Recalling your lines from the past, will be interested to hear how this all goes.

 

 

In reference to max rates? or this?

 

 

 

 

Your VDSL syncs in particular.

 

 

 

If they swap you out for a 4 pair rather than installing a two pair i would be interested in any changes there too.





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  #1547991 7-May-2016 14:29
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I assume you can't get UFB?


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