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  Reply # 1882762 13-Oct-2017 08:52
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 according to fritz.box my VDSL connection is

 

 

speed tests its around 65Mbps down and 25Mbps up.




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  Reply # 1882804 13-Oct-2017 08:56
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703: Chorus - for the new shared driving consenting process shouldn't Chorus be doing another scope or site visit to see if the job can be low impact or not?

We have applied again via Spark but Spark said the system automatically placed the order to get consent which we know will fail because of absentee owners. Because of issues with copper that Chorus couldn't fix. We're spending hundreds of dollars with Spark Wireless.

This isn't right.

Can you please assist.

 

 

 

Hey consent still needs to be gained as a legal requirement. But under the new laws if an absentee owner does not reply, consent is implied. Happy to check up on your order if you want to PM your address and full name though. ^Mike  


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