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Topic # 236068 16-May-2018 18:28
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Noticed this today on Speedtest. Sign that more power companies are moving towards providing internet?

 






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  Reply # 2017051 16-May-2018 18:33
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Been on the cards for quite a while according to a mate who is a sales rep for them.

 

Apparently they have actually built a network of some description too, rather than just resell a wholesale product. Although I assume they must be reselling tails at some point or else they have insanely deep pockets to install POP's throughout the country.


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  Reply # 2017298 17-May-2018 08:14
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Well they do have an ASN: https://bgp.he.net/AS136795 (I don't think Stuff Fibre do.)





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  Reply # 2017299 17-May-2018 08:16
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Detruire:

 

Well they do have an ASN: https://bgp.he.net/AS136795 (I don't think Stuff Fibre do.)

 

 

Stuff fibre don't have a network. They're essentially just a reseller of Devoli (previously Vibe) services.

 

 


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  Reply # 2018463 18-May-2018 17:12
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Yea quite possible to have an ASN and not run the network - we have that option with 2talk whitelabel for example.
I would assume Voyager/Vibe/Vocus/etc would make that an option for people too.

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