https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/Preview_Covid-scaled.jpg 1081 2560 Natasha Hammonds https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Natasha Hammonds2020-03-26 08:28:012020-03-27 11:49:15Ultrafast fibre ready to meet critical fibre broadband service needs during lockdown
Central north island fibre provider Ultrafast Fibre (UFF) will continue to meet customers’ needs as the country enters the Government’s COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown. As a critically essential communications utility, UFF has put measures in place to prioritise fault restoration and get priority new connections installed significantly faster by deploying one-visit install techniques wherever possible.
https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/UFF-Rocket-News-Placeholder.gif 515 900 Nic Kingst https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Nic Kingst2020-02-17 15:39:422020-02-20 11:25:58Fibre uptake soaring as UFB network expansion completed 2 years early by Ultrafast Fibre
Hamilton-based Ultrafast Fibre (UFF) is announcing 27 towns and 30,000 more customers can now access the benefits of fibre thanks to its early completion of the second phase of the government’s Ultra-fast Broadband rollout programme (UFB2 and UFB2+).
https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/Rocket-placeholder-News.png 515 900 Wayne Attwell https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Wayne Attwell2019-12-17 14:16:482019-12-17 14:17:19Ultrafast Fibre to trial 10Gbps fibre broadband as it nears the end of UFB2 rollout
Today Hamilton-based Ultrafast Fibre is launching a trial of exponentially faster internet speeds of up to 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) for the 52 internet retailers servicing the 230,000 residents and businesses in the Central North Island region.
https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/uff_ceo_john_hanna-e1575444727384.jpg 336 723 Wayne Attwell https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Wayne Attwell2019-12-04 20:30:502019-12-04 20:30:50Ultrafast Fibre CEO Relishes The 5G Opportunity As Data Usage Surges
But for a very large rock, Ultrafast Fibre would have completed its UFB rollout - two years ahead of schedule. It could take Australia decades to recover from its decision to roll fibre out to the node rather than to the home, says Ultrafast Fibre CEO John Hanna.
https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/Whanganui-news.jpg 515 898 Wayne Attwell https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Wayne Attwell2019-11-13 12:22:272019-12-04 20:29:48Demand for Fibre Connections Double in Whanganui
Demand for fast fibre connections in the Whanganui area is soaring, with twice as many Whanganui residents and businesses ordering high speed internet connections in October compared to the previous six months.
https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/Rocket-placeholder-News.png 515 900 Wayne Attwell https://tuatahifibre.co.nz/files/logo-red.png Wayne Attwell2019-06-28 16:30:162019-06-29 03:36:52Ultrafast Fibre Releases Provisional Unbundled Fibre Pricing
We have released our provisional Layer-1 unbundled point-to-multipoint service (also known as PONFAS) wholesale pricing that will apply from 1 January 2020 in our UFB1 areas.