At 8pm last night (Sunday) when it was almost dark, I had a knock at my back door from another fibre salesman. I was taken aback at the timing but I was told I needed to sign up as the house in front of me had signed up and they (not sure who they are) needed to install it in my house at the same time.
I am totally sick and tired of phone calls, mail, e-mail and door knocks re fibre. I cannot see the purpose of it in my case as only use broadband for e-mails and news feed and use well less than 20 gig a month and mostly use the internet via my cell phone. We still use the landline a lot.
Apparently I will not be able to sell my house in the future if it doesn't have fibre and I will be the only one in the street without it. And the Govt is going to make me have it within 3 years whether I like it or not. I feel pressured (bullied) over fibre and don't see why I should be made to have something that I don't want. So far the best offer I have had if I agree to it is that my monthly phone bills will reduce by $5. In some quotes it will go up.
I have decided not to have it at this stage and I just wish that my decision would be respected and that all the fibre sales people would leave me alone. Is there anywhere that I can register that I want to be fibre-free and that I won't harassed any more over this issue?
Look out for the collectors for Dementia Hawke's Bay Street Appeal on Friday 6 December outside Flaxmere, Hastings and Havelock North New World Supermarkets and also sites in Napier and Waipukurau.
Remember December being the catch phrase.
All funds stay within the community. You can see some of the things they get up to on their Facebook Page but also they are always happy for people to phone if you need more information and or support. www.facebook.com...
Dementia Hawke’s Bay see the Street Appeal as an important way of bringing awareness to the wider community of the very active role they play to support both the carers and people with various forms of Dementia which includes Alzheimer's .
NAPIER ARTS CLUB is holding its annual Exhibition and Sale of paintings this weekend, (over 90 pieces of work)
Venue: 122 Vigor Brown Street, Napier South from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th November.
Times: 10am to 4pm daily.
Payment by cash or cheque
Secretary: Ann Maynard - 8440010
The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.
The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.
30.6% Definitely - it’s inhumane30.6% Complete
14.2% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun14.2% Complete
3.7% I don’t have an opinion3.7% Complete
51.6% Only for those found guilty of abuse51.6% Complete