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Topic # 22957 13-Jun-2008 12:54
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I read on the Tuanz Blog a couple of weeks ago that Chorus had, or was going to have, a feature on their Site where you could enter your phone number, and be told when you were expected to have cabinetisation in your area.

Has anyone discovered this? It may well be an accessibility issue but I've hunted around the site and not found it.

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  Reply # 137807 13-Jun-2008 12:59
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Full details are here http://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinetisation-build-calendar

You can enter a suburb and it'll give you an appropimate date and an excel spreadsheet is also listed that gives all dates.

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  Reply # 137825 13-Jun-2008 14:45

Interesting.
It would seem Kingsland, Balmoral and Grey Lynn will be getting the first cabinets installed - July 2008. There may be others for July also but I just checked a few. Interestingly Ponsonby, Arch Hill & St Marys Bay are a go for October - even though they are usually the first installs. I guess with Unbundling happening there first the demand isn't as high......

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