The time it takes Vox to install fibre depends on a few factors, including the availability of fibre in your area and the complexity of the installation.
In general, Vox estimates that it takes 2-4 weeks to install fibre. However, this may vary depending on the factors mentioned above.
Here are some of the factors that can affect the installation time of Vox fibre:
- Availability of fibre in your area: If fibre is not yet available in your area, Vox will need to install the fibre infrastructure before they can connect you to the network. This can take some time, as Vox needs to obtain permission from the relevant authorities and dig up the ground to lay the fibre cables.
- Complexity of the installation: The complexity of the installation will also affect the time it takes. For example, if you live in a multi-unit building, the installation may take longer, as Vox will need to coordinate with the building’s management.
- Weather conditions: If the weather is bad, the installation may be delayed. For example, if it is raining or snowing, Vox may not be able to dig up the ground to lay the fibre cables.
If you are interested in getting Vox fibre, you can contact Vox customer service to check the availability of fibre in your area and to get an estimate of the installation time.