The highlighting below is mine, to bring to the fore conversation. Wholesale pricing for an entry-level service will be $39/month, for a fibre circuit. Fibre needs to be converted to a useful format (eg Ethernet), which means a media converter of some sort or multipurpose device.
From NBR today: (http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/thirteen-ufb-retail-service-providers-announced-aw-88795):
The Ultra Fast Broadband initiative is heating up as Crown Fibre Holdings announced today thirteen service providers interested in selling the service to customers.
The providers have signed Letters of Intent to retail the UFB services and CFH expects retailers' product offerings and prices to flow through the market in the following weeks, the press release today said.
Crown Fibre deals signed so far include wholesale pricing from $39 a month. Wholesale providers for most of the 33 Crown Fibre regions have yet to be named.
Telecom and TelstraClear are conspicously absent from the list.
Rural Link (Hamilton)
TrustPower Kinect (Tauranga)
Uber Group (Whangarei)
Velocity Networks (Hamilton)