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Topic # 86901 15-Jul-2011 09:51
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Details here. It's good to see the amount of bandwidth available to business customers, as it gives a good indication that the network will handle the speeds that consumers will need in the future.

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  Reply # 493631 15-Jul-2011 10:01
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Nothing new here, This is the pricing thats been set by CFH for a while and has been floating around




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  Reply # 493638 15-Jul-2011 10:13
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How large are Exchange areas?







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  Reply # 493640 15-Jul-2011 10:17
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Beccara: Nothing new here, This is the pricing thats been set by CFH for a while and has been floating around

Ah. I'd personally only seen the $37.50 and $55 consumer plans, so I must have missed the others. Hopefully this document is still useful to some people though.

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  Reply # 493649 15-Jul-2011 10:42
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Zeon: How large are Exchange areas?


I'm unsure of that term in the document, I dont think the UFB zones are being broken down even more unless its just a Auckland thing




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  Reply # 493776 15-Jul-2011 16:19
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Official press release here:

http://www.telecom-media.co.nz/releases_detail.asp?id=3789&page=index

I see they are dropping the price of HSNS to be in line with UFB prices from 24 August. I wonder if that will apply to HSNS Lite also?

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I see they are dropping the price of HSNS to be in line with UFB prices from 24 August. I wonder if that will apply to HSNS Lite also?


This i am really keen to know




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