146 UFB towns and cities now complete

Who builds the UFB Network

Crown Infrastructure Partners works with four companies to deploy UFB across New Zealand.


Chorus is the largest partner of CIP’s four Co-Investment Partners and is contracted to deliver fibre to about 1.3 million homes, businesses, schools and medical centres right across New Zealand by 2022.

Rolling out UFB to more than 350 communities right across the country.


The Enable Group (Enable) is made up of Enable Services Limited and local fibre company Enable Networks Limited.

Services Christchurch, Rangiora, Kaiapoi, Woodend, Lincoln, Prebbleton and Rolleston.


Established in 1920, Northpower has expanded from a Northland-owned and operated electricity distribution network to become one of the largest multi-utility contractors in New Zealand, with a reputation for excellence and innovation.

Services Kaipara and Whangarei

UltraFast Fibre

The Local Fibre Company Ultrafast Fibre Limited (UFF) was formed in 2010 by CIP in partnership with WNL, a subsidiary of WEL Networks and Waipa Networks (the electricity lines company serving Te Awamutu and Cambridge).

Services the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions