New Zealand cable operator Hawaiki Submarine Cable has signed a deal with leading ISP and power utility Trustpower to provide the latter with significant capacity on the Hawaiki submarine cable system.
The Vocus Group says it has dropped plans to sell its assets in New Zealand and has ended talks with all parties that had expressed an interest in buying its New Zealand business.
The Vocus Group has refused to confirm a report that it is set to sell its New Zealand business to NZ power and Internet provider Trustpower for about $250 million.
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