New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, and Nokia have inked a three-year extension to their technology partnership to facilitate further investment in New Zealand’s ultra high speed broadband program.
NBN Co wants to vary its special access undertakings (SAU) to include fibre-to-the-node, fibre-to-the-basement and hybrid fibre coaxial technologies to which the SAU will apply.
New Zealand’s largest telco, Spark, has ramped up its customer service teams to deal with what it says is an “unprecedented demand” from customers for fibre broadband services over the ultra-fast broadband (UFB) network.
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