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New Zealand's Chorus confirms broadband price increase from 1 October

Thursday 9 July 2020 | 08:43 CET | News
New Zealand operator Chorus has announced its decision to proceed with its planned Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) price increases. Back in June, the company proposed UFB pricing changes by reference to CPI to take effect from 1 October. Consultation on those proposed changes closed on 2 July. Chorus says it considered the feedback received, and decided to proceed with the proposed price changes.

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Companies: Chorus
Countries: New Zealand
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