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Topic # 30092 28-Jan-2009 18:40
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For things like TCL cable that is only available in certain locations.

Red network - auckland only currently (I think)
Orcon Network, again Auckland only (I think).

Other than that it looked good.




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  Reply # 192585 28-Jan-2009 20:25
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davidcole: For things like TCL cable that is only available in certain locations.

Red network - auckland only currently (I think)
Orcon Network, again Auckland only (I think).

Other than that it looked good.

Hmm - the real problem is updating for network expansion - Red network and Orcon+ are starting work in Wellington. And then sorting out where "Auckland" could be defined for these networks.


I've put notes in the plan description, which I believe should be sufficient.




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