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# 144081 7-May-2014 09:09
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Does anyone know businesses/individuals in need of Cat5E cable.

Have bulk to sell low cost.

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  # 1038087 7-May-2014 09:09
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  # 1038103 7-May-2014 09:10
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By 'bulk' do you mean that you have 3/4 of a single 300m roll left, or do you have a container load?




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  # 1038104 7-May-2014 09:10
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Where in NZ are you?

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  # 1038106 7-May-2014 09:16
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I'm interested but depending on what you meant by "bulk" and "where".




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  # 1038113 7-May-2014 09:26
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CBD Auckland,
Ex telco office cabling,
estimate 5-10m lengths (maybe longer),
big pile.

Just let me know what quantity interested in

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  # 1038144 7-May-2014 09:48
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fatjoez: CBD Auckland,
Ex telco office cabling,
estimate 5-10m lengths (maybe longer),
big pile.

Just let me know what quantity interested in


Wow... those bunch of blue bundled CAT5 cables look good... Shame I'm in Christchurch.




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  # 1038161 7-May-2014 10:16
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Yeah!
Fully kitted out telco building with fibre optic to door!
Also have some Server Racks available. will post photo.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1038260 7-May-2014 12:16
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So old CAT5 cable? Or is it CAT5e?




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  # 1038454 7-May-2014 16:31
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Cat5 E mate. The good stuff

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Scrap metal dealer and then buy yourself some lunch with the cash?

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  # 1038754 8-May-2014 08:48
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Oh is that from the old TVNZ buidling, now owned by Skycity? Looks like it. I wondered what would happen with all the cabling running over my head. I assumed it would all go to a scarp metal yard. Good luck untangling it!

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