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Chorus completes UFB roll-out in Rotorua

Friday 17 June 2016 | 09:10 CET | News
Chorus announced it has finished building its Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network in Rotorua, meaning nearly 26,000 households, businesses, schools and health facilities now have access to fibre. Communications Minister Amy Adams and Rotorua MP Todd McClay attended an event at Rotorua Canopy Tours, which is already benefiting from UFB, to celebrate the completion of the project.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Chorus
Countries: New Zealand
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