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Great news for the Kiwi broadband consumer! Communications Minister Amy Adams this week announced major plans to change the way that the telecommunications network operators, such as Chorus, Enable and Northpower Fibre, can charge for wholesale access to their regulated telecoms and broadband services.
In what we here at Broadband Compare believe is a fantastic move, the Government has proposed legislation that would provide telecom companies with easier access to shared-access properties by designating implied consent under two categories of Ultra Fast Broadband Fibre to the Premises installation.
Read all about our official launch held at GridAKL and attended by senior industry figures in the New Zealand telco and broadband sector including the Rt. Hon. Amy Adams, Minister for Communications and representatives from TUANZ, Chorus, InternetNZ, NZ eSports federation and a number of internet service providers both small and large.
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Rotorua’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) rollout is now complete, meaning nearly 27,000 local residents can connect to New Zealand’s rapidly growing fibre broadband network and take advantage of all the benefits fibre broadband has to offer. Costing over $40m the Rotorua fibre broadband network will be serviced by a wide range of fibre broadband providers.
So you want the fastest internet possible yes?
...but why? Faster is always seen as being better, whether it is broadband internet speed or cars... but when you have speed limits on roads or technology limitations based on your computer hardware then what is the point in having something that can generate the fastest internet speeds in New Zealand?
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