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Topic # 87968 11-Aug-2011 16:46
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Hi there,

Apologies if this has been asked however the search doesn't appear to work for me, just displays the geekzone site saying "Loading"

Anyway, can anyone recommend an electrician or the likes that can change the existing telephone wires to cat5e, wire a couple of data jack points, remove a couple of redundant jack points and install a xdsl splitter?

Cheers! 

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  Reply # 505108 11-Aug-2011 17:13
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What part of Wellington are you in? Vreeburg Electrical are good, I have recently started using them, they carry all the gear for data, phone, TV etc with them. They are based in Tawa. PHONE 232 5585; MOB 021 620 147



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  Reply # 505148 11-Aug-2011 19:00
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Based in Broadmeadows

Will give them a call tomorrow to see if they can quote for me 



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  Reply # 505405 12-Aug-2011 11:39
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Now that I can search I see cyril7 does it, would prefer a geekzoner over anyone else so have PM'd him

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  Reply # 511354 24-Aug-2011 16:30
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defnz: Now that I can search I see cyril7 does it, would prefer a geekzoner over anyone else so have PM'd him


he;s got a job now, was thinking the exact same thing when we did our office a couple of months back. We ended up using a company called Xcom cabling who were brilliant and came in cheaper than the other options. The quality was just so much better than I've seen from others.





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