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Topic # 230439 23-Feb-2018 18:40
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Does anyone know the cost of relocating a broadband splitter to another area in the house? Orcon doesnt seem. To know and I know it will be expensive.
Can anyone recommend a technician that can do the job in auckland?

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  Reply # 1963176 23-Feb-2018 19:52
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Otherwise an electrician.

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  Reply # 1972602 11-Mar-2018 02:34
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Dont get an electrician, telecommunications are not his area.


Why do you need to relocate a splitter, its normally in the ETP on outside of the house. You may need a new cable run to the new modem location?  I can do it anyway if theres access to where you want the cable run.

Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^

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