We have completed work to build a fibre broadband network in Wanaka’s central business district (CBD). Fibre is now available to 200 properties.
Working with the Thames-Coromandel District Council and MBIE we have delivered a new fibre-fed cabinet to businesses in Kopu putting them withinin reach of superfast broadband (>20 Mbps).
Patrick has extensive regulated industry experience and a successful track record in both management and governance.
New in Gigabites
Watch our fibre connections light up - view a video of fibre adoption in Palmerston North, Blenheim, Timaru and Auckland.
Fibre demand data reveals surprises - clear patterns are emerging on the profile of households adopting fibre, with a few surprises.
Business fibre uptake modest despite availability - business fibre uptake is growing slowly but businesses need to understand the benefits of better connectivity.
Pisa Moorings, Levin, Runciman, Kingseat, Waimauku, The Brook, Stillwater, Lake Okareka, Acacia Bay, Blackwood Bay ,Mahakipawa Arm, Totara North, Parua Bay, Okiato, Mangapai, Waiotira, Haruru,Whenuakite and Hahei all have new fibre-fed cabinets up and running.
Chorus has today announced it has finished building its Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network in Blenheim.
We have finished building the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network in Ashburton.
On 25 February Dunedin took the first step towards becoming the most connected city in the Southern Hemisphere with the launch of the gig - 1 Gigabit broadband.
We need consent from the building or body corporate before we can install fibre into the building and to your apartment.
If you live in a shared driveway we need consent from your neighbours before we install fibre. You can submit your consent online.
Enter your address to find out when UFB is coming to your street. If it is a few years away you might want to consider a VDSL-based service as an interim step to deliver better broadband.
Find out how we can help deliver phone and broadband services to meet the needs of your buyers or tenants.
If you have a fault or query about your current services, chat to your phone and broadband provider first.