There are now only eight weeks until the first match of the 2019 World Cup, starting 20 September – meaning about 4,000 fibre broadband connection appointments available between now and then.
Christchurch’s fibre broadband provider, Enable, has today released draft pricing for its unbundled fibre product. This product will be available for purchase by Internet Service Providers from 1 January 2020.
Christchurch’s fibre broadband provider, Enable, has connected the 100,000th customer to its network.
Enable wants rugby-loving Christchurch families to act now and upgrade their internet service to Enable fibre broadband in time for the World Cup in September – to ensure they don’t miss out on a high-quality streaming experience.
More families in Rolleston, Wigram and Harewood enjoy fibre broadband connectivity than in any other parts of Christchurch and the surrounding towns – with uptake now over 70 percent of homes and businesses.
Christchurch fibre broadband provider, Enable now has more than 88,000 customers connected – an increase of over 25,000 customers in 2018 already.
Enable has completed its fibre broadband network roll-out to more than 200,000 homes, businesses and schools across greater Christchurch 19 months ahead of schedule. To celebrate this significant achievement, Enable is doubling the speed of its most popular wholesale residential broadband service and providing this to retailers at no extra cost.
Christchurch fibre broadband provider, Enable, is the inaugural foundation sponsor of the Christchurch chapter of FLINT, or Future Leaders in Technology, a national leadership programme run by TUANZ (Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand) that provides networking development opportunities for the next generation of technology industry leaders.
Enable has built its fibre broadband network to 10,000 more homes in greater Christchurch, well in advance of previously indicated timelines - and announced that it has the resources available to connect many customers by Christmas.
Enable has completed its fibre broadband network roll-out to another North Canterbury town, with Kaiapoi now the latest fully-fibred town in New Zealand.