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New Zealand expands UFB access to 1.2 mln homes, businesses

Thursday 10 August 2017 | 09:50 CET | News
Almost 1.2 million New Zealand households and businesses now have access to Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB), according to Communications Minister Simon Bridges. Deployment for phase one of the UFB programme is close to 80 percent complete, providing 1.18 million New Zealand households and businesses with the ability to access UFB. "We're fast approaching our target of 1.5 million households and businesses being able to connect to UFB by 2019, and for 85 percent of New Zealanders to be able to connect by 2024," Bridges said. 

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