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Why you need Fibre

If you don’t think you want fibre in your home right now, you probably will soon. The amount of information being shared on the internet is growing at a huge rate. Remember the difference between old dial-up internet and ADSL broadband; no one would ever go back to dial-up.

It’s not just browsing websites, but uploading photos to online storage, communicating over video and streaming music, TV shows and movies. UFB’s allowance for simultaneous signals means no slowdown when lots of people in your neighbourhood use the internet at the same time.

The UFB roll-out is happening in stages. The first stage covers 33 towns and cities though some urban areas won’t have fibre until 2019. By the end of the second stage, 80 percent of New Zealanders will have fibre installed in their street and available to be installed in their home. For a guide to when your area will get fibre, see broadbandmap.nz. Rural areas are covered by the Rural Broadband Initiative and so may wait longer for coverage.

While getting fibre installed into your home can be a long process, the results are worth it.

But before you sign up, you’ll need to decide what speed, data cap and price you want, then you need to figure out the installation. The last part takes the longest, especially if you live in a rental property, on a shared driveway, or in an apartment, but you’ll be guided through the process by the installer.

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