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Ultrafast Fibre moves to WEL Networks ownership

Wednesday 7 September 2016 | 11:09 CET | News
WEL Networks Limited (WEL) will purchase all of the government's shares in New Zealand's Ultrafast Fibre Limited network. The local fibre company will now be 100 percent owned by WEL and strategic partner Waipa Networks Limited. Ultrafast Fibre says it has appreciated the support of Crown Fibre Holdings for the UFB1 rollout and hopes to be involved in future government-led telecommunications initiatives.

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Companies: Crown Fibre Holdings / UltraFast Fibre
Countries: New Zealand
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