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  Reply # 1857739 3-Sep-2017 21:32
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Batman:

 

networkn:

 

It's awesome for those small towns, but meanwhile in Mt Roskill, 2020 till I can have it!

 

 

wow are you serious!

 

 

It is a 9 year project and this has been said so many times on these forums, someone has to be first and someone has to be last.

 

Mt Roskill will still get UFB before most of the UFB 2 / UFB 2+ places.


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  Reply # 1857853 4-Sep-2017 08:54
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Is there any indication when the order for UFB2(+) will be finalised and communicated?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1858308 4-Sep-2017 16:52
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@Theclaytons:

 

Is there any indication when the order for UFB2(+) will be finalised and communicated?

 

 

what do you mean? whos getting it and when or something else?

 

or are you talking about when a specific address will get it


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  Reply # 1858309 4-Sep-2017 16:56
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Presumably "order" as in the sequence of deployment. [Edit: Reworded as it came off a bit sarcastic].

 

I believe that the only information available at this stage is the end date (which I think was 2022 for UFB2 and 2024 for 2+).


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  Reply # 1858313 4-Sep-2017 17:01
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Behodar:

 

Presumably "order" as in the sequence of deployment. [Edit: Reworded as it came off a bit sarcastic].

 

I believe that the only information available at this stage is the end date (which I think was 2022 for UFB2 and 2024 for 2+).

 

 

Pretty sure its now 2022 for everything


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  Reply # 1858316 4-Sep-2017 17:04
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I should've reread the press release before posting; you're right :)


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  Reply # 1858331 4-Sep-2017 17:50
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Yep. Meant schedule for deployment. Just curious. Once vectoring turned on I'll likely be pretty satisfied with VDSL until 2022.

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  Reply # 1858408 4-Sep-2017 20:21
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Theclaytons: Yep. Meant schedule for deployment. Just curious. Once vectoring turned on I'll likely be pretty satisfied with VDSL until 2022.

 

you wont get vectoring if you are getting UFB. its for rural areas

 

from memory Cromwell is 2018 and the extension 2022

 

https://www.crowninfrastructure.govt.nz/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Public-Material-Indicative-UFB-rollout-timetable.pdf


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  Reply # 1858416 4-Sep-2017 20:23
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Lastman: There are a lot of rural properties (like mine) that are on the outskirts of a town or city. The connection density is actually quite high close to populated areas.

Often the wealthiest people live in this situation so the pressure will be quite high to get fibre out to these areas too.

 

Ahahah, wealthy people spending on things? Unlikly.





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  Reply # 1858421 4-Sep-2017 20:30
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I'm semi rural. We'll get vectoring turned on for sure. Kirwee to be exact


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  Reply # 1858424 4-Sep-2017 20:33
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Kirwee Chorus 280 houses UFB2+ by 2022  

 

semi rural, may not get vectoring VDSL either. we have to wait for more info on how it will be delivered


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  Reply # 1858426 4-Sep-2017 20:35
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But vectoring will be on between next year and 2022, hopefully earlier

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  Reply # 1858433 4-Sep-2017 20:50
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Theclaytons: But vectoring will be on between next year and 2022, hopefully earlier

 

vectoring is not being applied to every line and to my understanding its not being applied to any line that will receive UFB.

 

 


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  Reply # 1858473 4-Sep-2017 20:57
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Jase2985:

 

Theclaytons: But vectoring will be on between next year and 2022, hopefully earlier

 

vectoring is not being applied to every line and to my understanding its not being applied to any line that will receive UFB.

 

 

 

 

Should read Chorus UFB.

 

Chrous will still do vectoring in other fibre companies' areas so they have something to compete with them.


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  Reply # 1858474 4-Sep-2017 21:00
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That seems short sighted. Vectoring buys time

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