Hello Pinetown & New Germany,
Welcome to the FOURTH edition of the Mitsol Fibre To The Home Pinetown & New Germany Scoop, keeping you in the fibre loop. This newsletter will keep you up to date with the status of all Mitsol fibre builds with in Pinetown & New Germany and provide you with some important facts about fibre.
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Mitsol Fibre Build Progress Report
Pinetown Manors – 100% completed and is live please get your orders in.
New Germany The Wolds – Civil work is 95% completed, Fibre work is 30% completed.
Some suburb blocks including certain Complexes will be going live this week, with the remaining areas going live by the 2nd week of October.
New Germany Padfield – Civil work is 0% completed, Fibre work is 0% completed. These builds have been delayed due to other civil activities in the area. We anticipate starting these builds early in October.
New Germany Berkshire – Civil work is 0% completed, Fibre work is 0% completed. These builds have been delayed due to other civil activities in the area. We anticipate starting these builds early in October.
Having encountered several delays with the commencement of these builds, we anticipate having the entire area completed, including reinstatements, verge clean-ups etc. by no later than the end of October. This is due to the fact that we have also undertaken to rectify the outstanding issues left by the previous Fibre Network Operator’s contractor who has since pulled out of the area.
How To Identify A Mitsol Fibre Build
You can identify a Mitsol fibre build by the colour of the orange Micro-Duct that we use, and we clearly identify every manhole that we install with a branded Mitsol tag. We also insist that all our contractor supervisors and foremen wear our Mitsol branded luminated yellow reflective vests.
What Is The Difference Between WiFi And Internet?
Internet is a service provided to you by your Internet service provider (ISP), which is delivered to your property via a fixed line fibre connection, and this is connected into an ISP supplied router installed in your home. This router may be Wi-Fi enabled which will allow any internal Wi-Fi enabled device to access the internet.
Wi-Fi enables you to connect one device to another, wirelessly (without cables). The Wi-Fi signal in your home is distributed to your devices via a router, which enables your devices to connect to the internet via your internal Wi-Fi network, however this signal does not necessarily extend throughout your property. A technical expert from your ISP can suggest solutions to ensure that your Wi-Fi signal covers maximum area within your property, but this may require additional Wi-Fi range extenders.
For more reliable connections such as TVs, Desktops, servers etc. we suggest cabling these devices using a LAN cable into the same router.
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Have Any Questions?
Our Fibre To The Home FAQ document will answer any questions or address any concerns you may have regarding the installation of fibre to your property.VIEW DOCUMENT