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tony0709
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  #178950 19-Nov-2008 23:10
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Each broadband / landline company have different adsl2+ regions

For example:
Telecom may have it for epsom, but vodafone may not.
Telstra clear may cover Manukau but telcom does not...etc


You have to go onto the broadband websites to see if  you qualify for their
adsl2+ (websites such as : telecom vodafone telstraclear orcon and maybe more)

I do know that if you check on telecom, and if you do not qualify,
they will let you know approximately when you are able to...

For example myself, I can not get adsl2+ in my address in until june 2009...

I know, it is pathetic, no wonder new zealands economy is crumbling worser than the
rest of the world, even through this economic crunchynutt

oh well, good luck!

NzKaizer
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  #179194 21-Nov-2008 11:06
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Lucky you, I have adsl2+ sure, but its still not even as fast as max adsl1. I'm too far from the exchange, I must wait for a cabinet to be built, but guess what, according to chorus, I will have a cabinet by 2011.

 
 
 
 


Aaroona

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  #179195 21-Nov-2008 11:17
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NzKaizer:

Lucky you, I have adsl2+ sure, but its still not even as fast as max adsl1. I'm too far from the exchange, I must wait for a cabinet to be built, but guess what, according to chorus, I will have a cabinet by 2011.


that sucks...

Im just waiting for one of the ISP's to say "well why dont you move then?"

That'd be the day..





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