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Topic # 33523 7-May-2009 15:23
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It's No use having a FFTH plan when the backhaul is not able to sustain the growth or be competitive enough to allow low prices.





Kordia’s transtasman cable dream up in smoke





http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/kordia-s-transtasman-cable-dream-smoke-102079
















 





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  Reply # 213257 7-May-2009 18:26
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In AU there are several competitive submarine cables and the AU to Guam part of PPC is still going ahead and may or may not results in a price drop from SXC.

If I recall correctly SXC prices there transit in NZ at the same rates as in AU so if the AU PPC cables does cause a price reduction we will still benefit even not building the NZ >> AU PPC leg.

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