Getting Enable fibre broadband connected at your property requires bringing the fibre duct from the street up to your home. It’s usually pretty straight forward, but there are some decisions that need to be made.
The Enable technician that visits your property at the Plan appointment will talk through the following options – and help you make the best decisions.
As Enable’s fibre network build comes to an end, for Quality Officer Garth Lancaster, he is grateful for the opportunity to work on such a significant project.
Instagram has announced that in the coming weeks it is giving users the option to ‘mute’ people they follow from their newsfeed. This means you can avoid the “I can’t believe you unfollowed me” backlash – but enjoy the perks of unfollowing your over-sharer friend.
Better yet, no one needs to know.
There are opportunities for any business – no matter the size or industry – to embrace new technology and grow. But if you’re not tech-minded, how do you realise these opportunities?
We recommend making the most of your biggest asset – your people.
Sharing a house can be awkward. Follow these top tips to avoid unnecessary tension.
The weather isn't that flash out there and going to the pub can be expensive. Instead, get into the festivities by streaming some great movies and series Emerald Isle style. Here's some to kick you off...
Andres Torres of Ericsson recently presented the Ten Hot Consumer Trends for 2018 at the Christchurch FLINT launch held at Dux Central.
So we cut it down into GIFs to see what we can expect in the near future for digital.
You’ve signed the lease and have got the keys. Want fibre broadband? Easy.
Overwhelmed with options when choosing your fibre broadband plan? We've taken away the jargon to help make it simpler to choose the right plan for your normal usage.
We’re in the midst of a digital revolution, where everything can be done online. Banking, dating, even doctor appointments. When there's a fire we call the fire service, when someone is hurt we call an ambulance - but when there's a problem online, who do we call?