Christchurch City owned and operated fibre broadband provider, Enable, is bringing the future to Christchurch with the launch of Hyperfibre from early August 2021.
Local fibre broadband provider, Enable, has returned an $18 million dividend to Christchurch City and, ultimately, to the people of Christchurch.
One of the country’s leading community housing providers, Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust (ŌCHT), and Christchurch fibre company, Enable, aim to eliminate digital inequity for ŌCHT housing tenants living in Christchurch through a new 10-year partnership.
Steve Fuller has announced his retirement from the role of Chief Executive of Christchurch fibre network provider, Enable. Mr Fuller has led Enable since its inception in 2007 and intends to step down between July and September 2021.
Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has announced plans to deliver its first dividend to its city owners in June 2021. The business is targeting a $13.5 million dividend – which will be its first since beginning its ultra-fast broadband network roll-out in 2011.
Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, now has over 120,000 local homes, businesses and schools connected to its fibre broadband network. It urges anyone not on fibre broadband yet to switch, so they’re not left behind or stuck with broadband that doesn’t work when they need it to.
Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has announced that it will resume connecting most customers to fibre broadband under Alert Level 3 and will continue to adopt important health and safety controls in doing so. This decision is in line with Government expectations of the communications industry under Alert Level 3.
Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has placed a hold on any wholesale fibre broadband price increases until at least 1 October 2020 in order to reduce the risk of Christchurch families facing increased fibre broadband costs during this challenging time.
The people of Christchurch own their world-class fibre broadband network and it is delivering the essential service the 115,000 connected households and businesses need during the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lock-down. Christchurch fibre customers can be confident that they can use their broadband connection as much as they like.
Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has offered to provide a free wholesale fibre broadband service into every home it can where there is a school student currently unable to access the internet.