New Zealand telco Spark is building a long-range network to enable the Internet of Things in New Zealand’s most populated urban centres, with the switching on of new sites in Christchurch, Wellington, Hamilton and Auckland in time for the New Year.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has hit out at a major competitor over suggestions that 5G mobile services in the country should be rolled out by a monopoly network rather than competing companies.
New Zealand telcos Spark, Vodafone, Chorus and 2degrees Mobile are set to pay more than 90% of the country’s $50 million telecommunications development levy which covers the operation of telecommunications infrastructure and services that are not commercially viable.
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