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2degrees bring Auckland teams into new CBD office

Monday 2 August 2021 | 09:59 CET | News
New Zealand operator 2degrees has opened its purpose-built office bringing its operations and customer care team under one roof. 2degrees thus expands its premises in Newmarket and moves to a space in the CBD. The operator also reports it currently has a nationwide network of over 1800 cell sites and 1.6 million customers. 2degrees also reports that its mobile network currently reaches 98.5 percent of the places where New Zealanders live and work.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: 2degrees
Countries: New Zealand
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