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Topic # 26498 24-Sep-2008 16:43
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Hi Guys,

A few months ago I got hold of a spreadsheet from Telecom (or a derivative thereof) which listed ADSL2 rollout dates per exchange.  I've just spent 2 hours searching my hard drive, Geekzone and the Telecom, Telecom Wholesale and Chorus sites, but I have been unable to locate this again.

Could someone please provide me with a link to this document (I think it was a spreadsheet) or the website where you can plug in your phone number / address? and it tells you the planned rollout dates.

Note that I'm not talking about cabinet rollout dates, just ADLS2.

Thanks in advance,

Sam.

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  Reply # 166800 24-Sep-2008 17:15
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Well, I can only find a PDF version of the January one, which is here.

A HTML version of the May one is here, and looking into the bottom tally, it's 113/114 exchanges, so I'm thinking they don't need that list anymore.




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  Reply # 166831 24-Sep-2008 18:25
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Cheers mate, that's great.

I do recall seeing a slightly more detailed one tho which also detailed the ADSL2 profile activation dates as well...

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  Reply # 166901 24-Sep-2008 21:25
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Is this what you are after..?
http://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinet-notices



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  Reply # 167190 25-Sep-2008 22:11
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Hmm, naa, this one was specifically for ADSL2 not cabinet rollouts.

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  Reply # 171262 15-Oct-2008 12:32
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Is this link what you are after?
http://www.telecom.co.nz/adsltwoplus



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  Reply # 171272 15-Oct-2008 13:23
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Hmm, maybe I'm not remembering correctly or I'm confused.

I thought that there were 3 stages to the ADSL2+ rollout:

1. Upgrade all exchanges to ADSL2+
2. Activate ADSL2+ profiles on all lines (this is the date I was after - it was on a per-exchange basis)
3. Cabinetise areas which are too far away from the exchange to benefit from ADSL2+ speed increases.

Is this right or am I mistaken?

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