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Crown Fibre begins negotiations on fibre roll-out

Thursday 9 September 2010 | 02:52 CET | News
New Zealand's Crown Fibre Holdings has begun negotiating binding offers with three regional fibre providers. The company managing New Zealand's Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) Initiative has picked NorthPower (covering the Whangarei area), the Central North Island Fibre Consortium (covering Hamilton, Tauranga, Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Tokoroa, New Plymouth, Hawera and Wanganui), and Alpine Energy (covering Timaru) for initial negotiations for the first stage roll-out, out of its shortlist of fourteen. Telecom New Zealand has issued a statement in response to the announcement emphasising that it has

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Companies: Crown Fibre Holdings
Countries: New Zealand
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