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Topic # 119436 31-May-2013 19:23
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  Hi,
  I spoke to  sales this afternoon about the availability of VDSL connections through xnet /wxc for consumers, they suggested I call back in a couple of months.
  Is there anywhere that I can register my interest?

  thanks,

  P-J




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  Reply # 828990 31-May-2013 19:41
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Watch this space P-J,




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  Reply # 853234 10-Jul-2013 11:32
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Any update on this topic yet?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 853236 10-Jul-2013 11:36
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I'm saying nothing :)




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  Reply # 853237 10-Jul-2013 11:37
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raynz: Any update on this topic yet?


On my last bill there was a mention of calling about vdsl I think. Didn't look too hard at it though as I have UFB now.



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  Reply # 853238 10-Jul-2013 11:37
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close , very close




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  Reply # 853693 11-Jul-2013 09:12
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Phil I'm having trouble with OpenVFX versus the MP264 VDSL modem - and I'm not getting any reply to e-mails to you or Wendy. Can you get in touch? Cheers

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  Reply # 853704 11-Jul-2013 09:21
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Sorry Phil it was a problem with my mail server. Got you message, reading now.



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  Reply # 868904 30-Jul-2013 21:26
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Maverick, any news yet?




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  Reply # 878612 15-Aug-2013 10:57
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maverick: close , very close


I'm also keen... any update? :-)

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  Reply # 878620 15-Aug-2013 11:04
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Guys, all I can tell you is that it is damn close, I know I have staid that before but a last minute concern put it on hold and its now part of another project and we are just finalising this.

Its close though, real close guys




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  Reply # 888487 2-Sep-2013 19:17
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Yes it is... The delay was in waiting for the new website.

We were looking to make an announcement oh here but it has snuck out :)

New web site,new branding, and nice new router that it is very very good




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  Reply # 888515 2-Sep-2013 20:00
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Can I ask, if you can clue me in on the benefits of paying $315 to join ($285 for the 'required' MP264 gateway, plus $30 to transfer from another ISP), plus $200/month for 500GB - $71/month more than I pay for VDSL w/500GB with Telecom. I may be missing it, so forgive me if so, but it's not clear what you provide to justify the significantly higher price compared to Telecom, Snap etc?




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  Reply # 888525 2-Sep-2013 20:07
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Ooooh... The MP264. I'm using one here and it's pretty good. Connected to my 130 Mbps cable and it's rock solid. A bit complicated to configure (unless you just use the default settings) but once done, it's pretty fast.

And well done on the company renaming. I am changing the forum name now (more on this later).






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  Reply # 888632 2-Sep-2013 21:20
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Ok, so a bit confused and disappointed, as a current and more than happy Fusion customer I am concerned that I now have to purchase a router to get the Fusion service. I am an IT professional and look after my own equipment and don't need the security of a locked down "certified" product. Check the number of support tickets I've raised, probably 5 in 6 years. Yet the pricing suggests I'm going to have to pay a higher monthly fee and have to pay separately for my VOIP connection if I want to use my own equipment, got to say if that's the offer I'm seriously considering jumping ship. Or am I missing something...




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