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Moving with Telstra: a nightmare
The case manager is never ever reachable. So I am stuck and wondering why I chose Telstra.
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Re: Moving with Telstra: a nightmare
It's an AFR number (Applicatin for Reticulation)
Wihtout knowing more about your development, not a lot anyone can contribute, but all new housing developments have them.
https://www.telstra.com.au/smart-community Your developer needs to fil this in.
Blame the regulations of the government, but there are benefits.
A Developer can engage Telstra by registering an Application for Reticulation (AFR) on the Telstra Smart Community website.
New development types can be:
- Residential subdivision(s) – 2 or more lots in a new estate development.
- Residential building(s) – 2 or more units in a residential building, including Group Housing (e.g. townhouses or villas).
- Commercial/Industrial building(s) – Retail, Office, Industrial or Commercial building(s).
- Mixed Use Building(s) – Buildings that contain a mixture of Residential Building(s) and Commercial/Industrial Building(s).
Hab=ving said that. Poor form it hasn't been explained to you and yur case manager isn't available.
Do you have a case number?
If I've helped in some way, a Kudos would be appreciated.
Any opinions I express or advice I give are purely my own, and don't represent Telstra.
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