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Topic # 228529 10-Jan-2018 12:56
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Hey all this may be a how long is a piece of string question but I thought I would ask anyway the channels are being dug and the fibre pipes installed in them over the last couple of days just wondering apptoximately how long until Enable will be able to provision connections so I can get off of Vodafone FibreX.

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  Reply # 1935577 10-Jan-2018 14:01
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Its usually a few months before its ready as it all needs to be provisioned in the back end.

 

A pamphlet usually goes out to the mailboxes when Fibre is ready to be ordered.


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  Reply # 1935631 10-Jan-2018 15:05
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JamesN:

 

Its usually a few months before its ready as it all needs to be provisioned in the back end.

 

A pamphlet usually goes out to the mailboxes when Fibre is ready to be ordered.

 

 

As they say in the fitness studios, just weight!


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  Reply # 1935638 10-Jan-2018 15:17
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JamesN:

 

A pamphlet usually goes out to the mailboxes when Fibre is ready to be ordered.

 

 

Or in my case, a small box of weetbix.





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  Reply # 1935724 10-Jan-2018 17:02

Do they still give out the Weetbix?


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  Reply # 1935745 10-Jan-2018 17:50
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k1w1k1d:

 

Do they still give out the Weetbix?

 

 

Yes, I received a mine about a month ago.





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  Reply # 1946033 24-Jan-2018 13:58
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Fibre went in street in August, and they said fibre would be available by Christmas. Then January. Then March. Latest in April. So 7 months?


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  Reply # 1946039 24-Jan-2018 14:06
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amorangi:

 

Fibre went in street in August, and they said fibre would be available by Christmas. Then January. Then March. Latest in April. So 7 months?

 

 

 

 

All depends if it wasn't a straight forward provisioning, back log etc

 

Can be anything that causes it to be delayed


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  Reply # 1967589 3-Mar-2018 17:35
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Well I got my weetbix yesterday so not too bad about 6 weeks from ripping up the road to ready for fibre.

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  Reply # 1967610 3-Mar-2018 18:32
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I'd love to see a pic of what they send out. Weetbix sounds pretty creative.





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  Reply # 1967618 3-Mar-2018 18:52
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A printed sheet wrapped around a weetbix with 2 weetbix in it.

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