We're rolling out Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) to over 830,000 premises throughout New Zealand by 2020.

About UFB

Getting UFB videos

If you’re thinking about getting hooked up to UFB, we’ve created a series of videos that help explain the process.

  • How we install UFB in your property. Watch video
  • Getting UFB in a right of way (shared driveway). Watch video
  • Getting UFB in apartments or office buildings. Watch video
  • Getting consent if you're a building owner or part of a body corporate. Watch video

UFB is changing the way we work, live and play with fibre optic cables delivering more data further and faster than copper cables.

Fibre at home

Our appetite for the online world is growing and we're connecting more and more households to UFB. With fibre the whole family can watch online TV on different devices at the same time.

Fibre for business

Fast access to UFB can potentially bring your customers closer and open up whole new markets. Find out why you should consider fibre to grow your online presence.

Fibre at school

Most urban and rural schools will soon be able to connect to UFB, delivering better broadband but how will this change the way Kiwi kids learn?

How we install UFB

Our ABC fibre installation process - Agree, Build and Connect - starts with us meeting you at your property to walk through the installation process.

We need to install new fibre equipment inside your property, the Optical Network Terminal (ONT) and router, but will discuss where you'd prefer this.

In a right of way

If you share a driveway/right of way and you’re the first to connect to UFB, we’ll need to get consent from your neighbours before we can install it.

In apartments and office buildings