NZ expanding national fiber network

Sept 1, 2017


The New Zealand government plans to extend its Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) national fiber network to 190 more small towns. The government has announced plans to spend NZ$130 million ($93.4 million) to extend the network to 60,000 new households and businesses across the nation and complete the UFB deployment by 2022. A further NZ$130 million will be spent to expand the concurrent Rural Broadband Initiative (UFB) to bring non-fiber broadband to another 74,000 rural premises, and to extend mobile coverage to an extra 1,000km of rural highways as part of the Mobile Black Spot Fund…


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