The New Zealand government is looking to extend the country’s broadband network to rural areas where blackspots impede mobile phone and broadband coverage.
Digital transformation in Australia and New Zealand has taken something of a beating, as many companies in both countries hold back on taking the plunge into the new digital world due to poor performance of their IT networks and the need for network upgrades.
Vodafone has alleviated more mobile phone blackspots with the completion of a new mobile base station at Invergowrie near Armidale in north-west NSW to deliver increased coverage to mobile users in the region.
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