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Topic # 204356 28-Sep-2016 16:35
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Hi There!


So I am wondering what the expected "retail" price of a business Gigabit connection through the Chorus UFB Network is likely to look like? It's about $200 for unlimited data on a 200/200 with Voyager, and I'd expect a premium on that?



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  Reply # 1641959 28-Sep-2016 16:51
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Interestingly, Spark currently has these - with Dunedin residents I guess being the only people who could pick the "GigaTown Fibre".


I too will be keen to see what pricing structure comes out when Gigabit rolls out.


(Am with Spark with 100/20 now - hence looking at the Spark site).


Cheers,  Greg.


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  Reply # 1641968 28-Sep-2016 17:05
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Those are residential plans; networkn is asking about business (which typically cost a bit more). The Spark residential offering is $140 outside Dunedin.

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  Reply # 1641974 28-Sep-2016 17:10
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I understand it is $10 more expensive wholesale than the 200 service


Spark Business is $182 + GST for 200/200 unlimited, so maybe $10 more than that?



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