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That shouldn't be an issue, depending the number, layout and density of the homes in your complex.There is still a lot of complexes, who do not have fiber, past them, our complex is 300 meters from one corner, and about the same from another corner, and that is as close as it gets.
That shouldn't be an issue, depending the number, layout and density of the homes in your complex.
We didn't even know we're getting fibre. People just woke up one morning to see workers standing in their gardens. One lady called the police because she thought they were criminals. Our neighbouring complex also got fibre. Same companyAnyone who will put open fiber into our complex and I suspect, the other 30 odd complexes in our street, and the one above would be welcome. Lock down or not.
Check the Cool Ideas website interface pretty handy in finding smaller fibre network operators perhaps you can have better luck with one of them.My thoughts as well, in both instances the fiber is Openserve.
Our managing agent gave me a Sefan Maritz chappie to contact. Apparently he repped for SADV, his e-mail bounces, too many hops, and his cellphone goes unanswered.
My email to Frogfoot at least got a reply, even to it did not have any promise or information of value. Telkom have not answered, neither have SADV, maybe not right addresses. I don't know. Our street and the street above, are all complexes and 4 or 5 houses.
Where do you live?We already have fibre in our complex but the managing agents and trustees require an installation plan/diagram before installation happens from the fibre junction box into my home. The installation guys were out on Tuesday but i still dont have a diagram ... the wait is killing me