Ipstar launches VSAT broadband service in New Zealand

Thursday 21 November 2019 | 09:19 CET | News
Ipstar New Zealand, a provider of satellite connectivity services in Australia, New Zealand and throughout the Asia-Pacific region, through its parent company Thaicom, has launched a service dubbed 'Choice' in New Zealand. The service provides broadband access in the country's rural areas. Key applications include public services, distance learning, internet banking and WiFi spots.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Ipstar / Thaicom
Countries: New Zealand
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