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  Reply # 1700068 7-Jan-2017 22:42
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 I dunno why people keep saying that eh...really strange. Where did it come from anyway?


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  Reply # 1700078 7-Jan-2017 23:02
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petes117:

wellygary:


Looks like the remainder of Waiheke could be  a candidate for the UFB 2 thingee, as part of a "fringe" area


https://www.beehive.govt.nz/sites/all/files/UFB-extension-RFP-long-list-(Embargoed-until-12am,-1-September-2015).pdf



 


Interesting! What list is this? Is UFB2 and UFB1 Fringe a second round of rollouts planned for sometime in the future?



Very interesting list. Would be an interesting economic case for rebuilding rural/small communities and would be a good vote winner for National this year in the election.

Two thoughts:

Presumably in some cases it would be building out the fibre network (ie. FTTH) and for some they wouldnt be FTTC?
In the second case is there benefits to the RBI fibre backbone at the same time?

Jon

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