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.
Over 7000 homes and businesses in Rangiora can now connect to Enable’s fibre broadband with the network roll-out now completed in the town.
Local fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has announced a significant new partnership with the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) to encourage and support Christchurch businesses to grow by embracing digital technology and opportunities.
The Chair of Christchurch City Holdings Limited (CCHL), Jeremy Smith, is pleased to announce that CCHL have completed a round of director appointments to its subsidiary companies.
While across the board one in three homes and businesses are connected and enjoying the benefits of fibre broadband, Rolleston continues to be one of the most connected communities in New Zealand with almost 70 percent of homes and business connected. Well done Rolleston!
Christchurch’s fibre broadband services provider, Enable, has finished its financial year with over 50,000 customers connected to and enjoying the benefits of fibre broadband.
If you are a Christchurch family, business, school, healthcare facility or community organisation, there is a good chance Enable fibre broadband is available at your place.
Claims by Chorus that it has the country’s top ten cities for ‘fast, fixed line broadband’ have been questioned by New Zealand’s three other Local Fibre Companies.