Telecom launches fibre plans in Whangarei

The announcement follows Telecom’s launch of Ultra Fibre with Chorus in March last year and with Enable across parts of Canterbury.

Telecom has launched Ultra Fibre plans for homes and businesses in Whangarei, following a successful trial of the fibre product on Northpower Fibre’s infrastructure.

The announcement follows Telecom’s launch of Ultra Fibre with Chorus in March last year and with Enable across parts of Canterbury.

“We’re thrilled to offer our locals in Whangarei the incredible experiences fibre brings,” said Chris Quin, Telecom Retail CEO.

“Ultra Fibre gives customers unprecedented internet speed and performance for their homes or businesses. UFB will help New Zealanders unleash their potential.

“By adopting UFB, New Zealand business are also future-proofing themselves for technologies we can’t even imagine yet but that will come out over the next 5, 10, 20 years.”

Residents of streets where fibre infrastructure has been installed by Northpower Fibre can sign up for Ultra Fibre online. Plans include an entry-level 40GB residential plan starting at $85 per month. Businesses can also contact the Telecom Business Hub in Whangarei to get more information.

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