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UFB to be rolled out to hundreds more schools

Date :05 March 2012 | Source :Office of Communications and Information Technology Minister Hon Hekia Parata Minister of Education Hon Amy Adams Minister for  Communications and Information Technology   5 March, 2012 Media statement UFB to be rolled out to hundreds more schools   More than 410,000 students at over 1500 schools will have access…
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Ultra Fast Broadband deal puts NZ ahead of the pack

Date :24 May 2011 | Source :Office of the Minister for Communications and Information Technology   Ultra Fast Broadband deal puts NZ ahead of the pack   The government has today reached agreements with Telecom New Zealand and Enable Networks that will complete the roll out of ultra fast broadband (UFB) to 75% of New…
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World-beating ultra-fast broadband for Christchurch

Date :24 May 2011 | Source :Office of the Minister for Communications and Information Technology   World-beating ultra fast broadband for Christchurch   The government will partner with the Christchurch City Council’s company Enable Networks to bring ultra fast broadband to every home and business in the city. The rollout will start immediately with schools,…
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Regulatory forbearance to be replaced

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Date :18 May 2011 | Source :Office of Communications and Information Technology MinisterRegulatory forbearance to be replaced STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 0840 Regulatory forbearance to be replaced Regulatory forbearance on wholesale prices for the ultra-fast broadband network will be replaced with contractual mechanisms that would apply if the Commerce Commission regulates prices lower than those contracted,…
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Central Fibre consortium prioritised for UFB negotiations

Date :08 March 2011 | Source :Office of the Minister for Communications and Information TechnologyCentral Fibre consortium prioritised for UFB negotiations Another positive announcement for the UFB The Minister for Communications and Information Technology has welcomed an announcement from Crown Fibre Holdings that it will commence negotiations with the Central Fibre consortium for the provision…
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Vector prioritised for UFB negotiations

Date :17 February 2011 | Source :Office of the Minister for Communications and Information Technology Vector prioritised for UFB negotiations Joyce on Vector and UFB priority negotiations The Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Steven Joyce, says Crown Fibre Holdings’ announcement that it has elected to negotiate with Vector for the roll out of Ultra…
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Additions to Telecommunications Bill proposed

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Date :16 February 2011 | Source :Office of the Minister for Communications and Information TechnologyAdditions to Telecommunications Bill proposed STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 9AM   Additions to Telecommunications Bill proposed Further amendments to current telecommunications legislation to be considered alongside the Telecommunications (TSO, Broadband and Other Matters) Amendment Bill will be tabled with the Select Committee Office…
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Ultra-Fast Broadband Rollout Begins

Date :14 December 2010 | Source :Office of Communications and Information Technology MinisterUltra Fast Broadband Rollout Begins Ultra-fast broadband rollout begins The roll out of ultra fast broadband (UFB) around the country is now underway with the first fibre laid today at Manaia View School in Whangarei. The Minister for Communications and Information, Steven Joyce,…
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Further Ultra-Fast Broadband Negotiations Underway

Date :13 December 2010 | Source :Office of Communications and Information Technology Minister.Further Ultra Fast Broadband Negotiations Underway Further ultra-fast broadband negotiations underway The Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Steven Joyce, has welcomed an announcement from Crown Fibre Holdings that further negotiations are underway for the rollout of ultra-fast broadband (UFB). Crown Fibre Holdings…
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First Deals Approved in Ultra-Fast Broadband Rollout

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Date :07 December 2010 | Source :Crown Fibre Holdings First deals agreed in Ultra-Fast Broadband rollout The cities of Hamilton, Tauranga, Whangarei, New Plymouth and Wanganui will be among the first to benefit from the government’s rollout of ultra-fast broadband, says the Minister for Communications and Information Technology Steven Joyce. Crown Fibre Holdings has concluded…
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