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Topic # 201764 2-Sep-2016 16:44
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Does anyone know the process to have Chorus and Vodafone networks removedfrom my residence?




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  Reply # 1621508 2-Sep-2016 16:48
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call them and ask them to remove them?


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  Reply # 1621510 2-Sep-2016 16:50
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Networks?

 

Have they installed cables and switches etc?





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  Reply # 1621512 2-Sep-2016 16:51
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Why remove it in the first place?

 

 

 

surely a simple jackpoint on the wall for each isn't going to hurt you, and come when you eventually move, sell, pass it on or whatever removing could be a spot of an issue for anyone else.





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  Reply # 1621515 2-Sep-2016 16:53
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Seems silly to have them removed.





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DonGould: Does anyone know the process to have Chorus and Vodafone networks removed from my residence?

 

I am confused by your question.

 

By "networks" do you mean internet/telephone wiring in your house?

 

Strictly speaking, the Chorus and Vodafone networks are outside your house, and may or may not be connected to your house wiring.





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  Reply # 1621527 2-Sep-2016 17:07
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  Reply # 1621550 2-Sep-2016 17:38
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Fire. Lots of fire.





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Nuke the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure. 


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  Reply # 1621558 2-Sep-2016 17:46
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This sounds like a job for @Peterreader



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  Reply # 1621560 2-Sep-2016 18:06
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freitasm: Exactly what are you trying to accomplish?


Get the two over head networks removed from the front of the building.




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  Reply # 1621562 2-Sep-2016 18:08
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DonGould:
freitasm: Exactly what are you trying to accomplish?


Get the two over head networks removed from the front of the building.

 

 

 

Come now, what is this? Saturn cable all over again? surely its not that much of an eyesore. they aren't massive cables...





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  Reply # 1621563 2-Sep-2016 18:09
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If it's on your property, remove it yourself up to your property boundary.




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  Reply # 1621564 2-Sep-2016 18:11
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hio77:

Why remove it in the first place?


 


surely a simple jackpoint on the wall for each isn't going to hurt you, and come when you eventually move, sell, pass it on or whatever removing could be a spot of an issue for anyone else.



We removed all the internal cabling already.

The over heads look awful and are both obsolete networks. The ufb will run on the fence line.

The over heads also cause tree issues and problems when I wanted skips delivered (not that skips will be much of a future problem).





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